Woman Suffering from a Rare Disability Needs the Help of a Dog – He’s the Best!

Dogs are always by our sides when we need them the most.  Dogs have an innate desire to serve us.  That’s why trained service dogs can change the lives of people living with disabilities.  A 26-year-old woman named Clare Syversten lives in Northolt, England.

She suffers from a disease known as Ehlers Danlos syndrome.  She is unable to walk on her own.  The tiniest wrong movements can dislocate her joints.  She found her service dog, Griffin, through the charity Canine Partners…

A 26-year-old woman in England suffers from a condition known as Ehlers Danlos syndrome.  She is unable to walk on her own.  The tiniest wrong movement can dislocate her joints…

She found her amazing service dog, Griffin, through the charity Canine Partners.  He helps her do everything including flushing the toilet…

When Clare talks about how thankful she is to have Griffin in her life she tears up.  He’s been a godsend for her.  Watch the full video next to see all the cool things he does for her!

Watch the full video below!

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