Found another story of how animals are helping people...this time its a young boy named Owen and his Dog Haatchi.


Eight-year-old Owen Hopkins has Schwartz-Jamel syndrome, which causes his muscles to be permanently tense. It's a painful condition, and when Owen grew old enough to be aware of his disability he became afraid to go outside. Then came his dog Haatchi.

Haatchi is an Anatolian Shepherd and was struck by a train in 2012 and lost one of his legs. He was then adopted by Owen's family, and when dog met boy it was love at first sight. With Haatchi, Owen isn't afraid to go outside anymore and even meets new people....awe!  This is so cute!




Check out the video of their story.....tissues will be needed.