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|In Britain, two German Shepherd Dogs saved the life of their owner|
In the town of Bridgewater (county Somerset, UK) two German Shepherds have helped their owner, who had a stroke of diabetes.
He felt bad while walking his dogs in the park. Les Parsons has a diabetes of the first type. At the time of the attack he did not have the necessary medication with him, so he could not help himself. But the help suddenly came from his faithful companions - the German Shepherds Ellie and Jones.
Ellie, stayed beside Parsons, she was licking his face for him not to loose the consciousness, while Jones was running to the house, to get some help from the wife and a stepdaughter of his owner. According to the wife of Les Parsons, a dog ran into the house and began to bark loudly, telling this way about an emergency situation.
The woman knew immediately that something was wrong, because Jones suffers from agoraphobia, which means that he is afraid of the open spaces. The fact that he returned home by himself may be called heroic.
When she reached the park, she saw her husband there, lying on the ground. Arrived on-call doctors hospitalized patient immediately. Mrs Parsons said that her husband is alive and safe at home now thanks to the efforts of the dogs, who rushed to his aid.