Dogs are true friends. They will not leave in trouble, in poverty and disease, will not betray, and will not trade for a more successful person. For the sake of the owner, the dog is ready to give its life. This story was told by a nurse who worked in an ambulance.
The ambulance was coming from the call, the weather that day was not very good, there were many calls. Suddenly the driver slowed down. On the road sat a beautiful dog. It wasn’t afraid of the car like it was waiting for an ambulance. The driver signaled, the dog did not move.
Over the years, doctors have seen a lot of work in the ambulance, but this has never happened before. One nurse came out and tried to drive the dog out of the way. It got up and walked to the side of the road, but the dog didn’t run away.
The nurse returned, as soon as he got in the car, the dog returned to its place. People were surprised, then the same nurse decided to go out and approach the dog. It didn’t run away. The dog just got up and walked towards the bushes, looking back, as if to check if a man was following it.
The nurse suddenly stopped and began to call colleagues. When the brigade came, they saw that an elderly man was lying unconscious near the bushes. It was evident that he lost consciousness and felt bad. The man was transferred into a car and taken to hospital. The dog ran after them.
In the hospital, it turned out that the man had a stroke. As it happens, the man went for a walk with the dog, he felt bad and he fell. If the dog hadn’t stopped the ambulance, the doctors wouldn’t have been able to save the man.
All this time the dog lived at the walls of the hospital. The owner’s wife could not take it home. The dog resisted, struggled, even growled. The couple’s son was able to pacify It, put the dog in the car, and took it home. But only a few hours passed and the dog returned to the hospital.
The medical staff was delighted with the dog’s loyalty. It was fed, stroked, and soothed. The wife of the patient resigned herself and every day brought food to a faithful friend. When the man was transferred from the intensive care unit to the usual ward, the doctors allowed the family to visit the man. The head doctor was persuaded by everyone and he agreed to let the dog into the room.
Everyone was happy. The dog whined and caressed, the owner cried and stroked his faithful friend, even the medical staff shed tears. Since then, the man began to recover faster. He often went to the window and looked out, talked to the dog, tried to go outside as soon as possible to see a friend.
Such loyalty and love amazed everyone!