This is Tanner. He's a blind, goldern retriever, whose life almost ended when his owner died. Blair, on the other hand is a black mutt who got shot and used to live in fear. Now the two dogs are best friends.
Tanner is a golden retriever who was blind with cataracts from birth. He had a slight seizure problem, but his owner took care of him and everything was good.
Then, his owner died. And his world turned upside down. Without his human companion, Tanner did not know what to do, and he was in a permanent state of stress.
A golden retriever rescue group in Oklahoma—the Sooner Golden Retriever Rescue—put him in a home with a woman named Jill, but Tanner still had serious problems after that.
After that, the seizures Tanner had became really horrible, and his vet said, "he would defecate, urinate, seize in it... it was bad, there's no question about it." The vet recommended to put him to sleep a few times.
And like a fairy tale, Tanner's life changed when he went to the rescue's playground and by chance met Blair, a black mutt who was shot when she was younger, who then from that result became timid and fearful. They struck it off immediately, and have been best friends since!
Blair became Tanner's service dog. She knew there was something wrong with Tanner so it could be some sort of sixth sense in a dog. And yes. Its kind of heart melting isn't it this story?
Blair walks Tanner around, carrying his leash in her mouth, and Tanner on the other hand has calmed down, and he didn't have a seizure ever again. Blair on the other hand is now happy and friendlier. It's like one of those fairy tale stories we'd like to see Disney make. Really. [The Dogs]