Bella And Her Great Dane George
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[Bella And Her Great Dane George]
Meet Bella and George, Bella is eleven and a fifth grade, 43 lbs, George a Great Dane 131 lbs.
He acts really small. He acts smaller than he actually is.
Bella was diagnosed with Morquio Syndrome when she was 2 1/2 a rare genetic disease that attacks the bones, there is no cure.
Before George, Bella couldn’t walk on her own, she relied on crutches or a wheelchair, but this year that all changed because Bella met George, at the Service Dog Project in Ipswich, Massachusetts the connection immediately.
Since getting George, Bella has put away her crutches. He helps her get from class to class on her own.
“How you doing, Bell?”
She gets to her desk and he gets some sleep.
“When I had crotches I couldn’t walk at all but now I can.”
Even at lunch he’s right beneath her.
Woburn Public Schools
Then it’s off to gym as he guides her through those gym doors.
“Oh he helps me walk.”
“I lean on him like a crutch.”
Sledding last winter. Bike riding in the spring. Vacation at the beach.
“I think it’s given her more energy and more strength.”
And every night it’s bed time together before they do it all again.
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