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<div class="quote-block">“I wanted to make sure she had plenty of time to adjust to the family before I started the formal training,” Chester says. Yet, from the beginning there seemed to be something instinctive about their relationship. One day, Chester noticed Juno circling Lucas while he was in his wheelchair. “She was whining and nudging him with her nose,” Chester says. “I checked his oxygen levels and they were very low.” After giving him oxygen, Lucas returned to normal and Juno greeted him with licks and affection.<br><br>
“That’s when I knew she had the ability to pick up on his neurological changes,” Chester says. “Now she alerts us when Lucas is about to have a seizure or if his oxygen levels drop really low. She has saved him several times.”<br><br><a href="http://reikitrainingprogram.wordpress.com/2012/02/02/good-news-network-about-us-mobile-experts-said-it-wouldnt-work-but-rescue-dog-and-dying-4-yr-old-boy-proved-them-wrong/" target="_blank">Full Story</a></div>
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This is such an awesome story and, for me, reinforces the idea that humans have no business deciding whether a creature should live or die.
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>JoBravo</strong> <a href="/forum/post/3095212"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style=""></a><br><br>
This is such an awesome story and, for me, reinforces the idea that humans have no business deciding whether a creature should live or die.</div>
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exactly. if that dog wouldve been put down they may have never found a dog that could help with there child. why was juno going to be put down anyways? it obviously wasnt aggressive or these people wouldnt have adopted it to help with there child.
 
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