No animal out there can help out humans as a dog can.
No matter what people’s opinions on dogs are, you can not deny the fact that they have been very useful for humankind. In the old days, they would help their humans hunt and protect their homes. They would accompany shepherds to keep their sheep safe. Now, we see dogs working in the police, sniffing bombs, or working as therapy dogs. These service dogs are highly underappreciated because they dedicate their whole lives to this job. They are so loyal to their handlers and the people that they serve that they don’t care whether their life is at stake or not. This is the sort of loyalty and service only a dog can give.
Due to their intelligence, they are given these jobs to prove themselves. And guess what? They are pretty darn good at what they do too! They are also super cute, despite the dangerous missions they are up to. So even if the police K-9 looks scary from far away, trust me, it’s just a big baby trying to look tough while doing his job. So this article will show the wholesome side of these service dogs. Scroll down below to put a smile on your face:
1. He was just doing his best.
2. The perfect babysitter.
3. A true patriot.
4. Of course we do.
5. A really cute one.
6. Disney land just got better.
7. You’re embarrassing me.
8. Cutest story ever.
9. Therapy master.
10. This human belongs to him.
11. Unless you’re this doggo.
These service dogs usually start their training when they are little pups. It is easier to train a little puppy than it is to train a big dog. Small puppies are more energetic and very fast at learning and picking new habits. This is why they start their training early and take up their jobs when they are grown up and completely ready for it. We are still in the middle of the list. Scroll down below for the rest of the service dogs:
12. Loving humans with protection.
13. It is.
14. The only way I’ll ever skydive.
15. It’s so tiny.
16. Never gonna give you up.
17. What a badass dog.
18. This rocket launcher woofs a lot.
19. The only partner we deserve.
Have you ever approached a service dog? What was your experience like with them? Share them with us in the comments below.