Disabled Dog With Hip Dysplasia Jumps The Fence To Save His Owner

There is a hero in all of us – even if we don’t look like it to the naked eye. No one should ever be discounted as having the capacity to save a life. This applies to our pets as well, who often become heroes in their own way and save us from harm. 

One disabled dog, Chance, was a hero who ended up saving his owner after an accident at home. Chance’s owner, Scott, suffered a fall and split his head open. Despite the disabled pooch having hip dysplasia, the brave dog pulled through for his owner. He actually managed to scale the fence into a neighbor’s yard in order to get help. 

Once the neighbor saw Chance, they knew something was not right and help was needed immediately. Chance was covered in his owner’s blood. It turned out, that prior to seeking help, Chance had stayed with his owner and tried to wake him after the fall. When nothing was working, the 10-year-old Chance went and sought help. Thanks to his dog’s quick thinking, Scott made a full recovery.

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