A Little Girl’s Life Was Changed Forever By A Deaf Boxer.
Daily Star UK
Grownup things can be quite overwhelming for a child. Adults tend to have a difficult time taking the stand to testify against someone who hurt them, so imagine how scary it would be for a child. This little girl had to take the stand to testify against a man who had wronged her, and as soon as she saw him, she couldn't move. Everything inside of her told her not to do it. That was until she signaled something to her dog.
Life Puts You To The Test
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They say that what doesn’t take you down makes you stronger, which’ll help you last longer than the Great Wall of China. In most cases, this is true, especially when you’re young. Children are tougher than they look and can bounce back, which is what this little girl would end up doing. That’s not to say that she wasn’t a little hesitant. After all, kids aren’t supposed to be put in these difficult situations.
Say Hello To Karl
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Karl has a lot of responsibilities as a working dog, but he isn't your typical working dog. Karl is a 65-pound boxer and he's meant to protect and serve. He's not a police dog, but he was definitely a hero to one little girl. Karl is a special K9-circuit dog who attends court. Sometimes, when children have to take the stand, they tend to have a difficult time, and this is where dogs like Karl come in. But Karl has a certain advantage.
As far this little girl was concerned, Karl was an angel with fur. He could sense that she was going through a rough patch. But that doesn’t come as much of a surprise to an animal lover. Dogs seem to have a sixth sense and can make a difficult situation easier for a child to handle. But Karl was in a class of his own, and it would prove to be a huge advantage for this little girl.
A Special Fella
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Karl was born unable to hear. As hard as it is to believe, this actually helped Karl in his life. He wasn't like any dog in his unit. The other canines had to go through training to ignore the courtroom sounds. People's cries, the general buzz, and the banging gavel can make dogs go crazy. But thanks to his hearing impairment, Karl didn't even notice the sounds, but it also affected his work.
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