Eve

By Eve

LifeBuzz Staff

Dog Who Saved Her Human TWICE Is The World’s Most Adorable Superhero.

They say true love has no boundaries. When you truly love and care about someone, details like religion, distance, and even species often become trivial. The love we share with our pets transcends the barriers of language and understanding. Dogs and other pets have often been reported to have come to the aide of their human caretakers in times of need. These brave beasts have put their lives on the line to protect the ones they love. This is the story of one such service dog, who saved the life of her blind owner, by dialing 911 in the nick of time.

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The golden retriever is living and sharing a house with a blind woman in Holmesburg, Philadelphia.

A Puerto Rico native, Maria Colon, described her fear when she realized that her house was on fire. She said, “Oh my God, it's smoke. And I can't breathe.” All she could do was to yell the word 'danger’ but this was enough for the canine to do the rest. If it wasn't for Yolanda, Maria would not have survived.

The golden retriever is living and sharing a house with a blind woman in Holmesburg, Philadelphia.

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The heroic dog jumped into action and alerted the authorities about the blaze.

The canine was trained to respond to the word and she remembered everything she was ever taught. Instead of panicking like many humans would have, Yolanda dialed the number and called for help through the specialized phone. She then led Maria out of the burning building to the safety.

The heroic dog jumped into action and alerted the authorities about the blaze.

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Maria was rescued and taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation.

The firefighters responded immediately on hearing about the fire and rescued the woman. Her pet was taken to Penn Ryan Veterinary Hospital for a scratched eye and smoke inhalation.

Maria was rescued and taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation.

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Red Paw Emergency Relief's volunteers rewarded the canine with some delicious treats.

Both the dog and her blind human were reunited the day after the deadly incident. Yolanda was pampered and rewarded with some of her favorites such as food, toys, treats and supplies.

Red Paw Emergency Relief's volunteers rewarded the canine with some delicious treats.

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