Became a puppy The first “midwife” in England accompanied her owner when she gave birth. For his heroic deed, He received a National Award for his work.
This is a two-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, named Belle, who was trained as an assistance animal because her owner suffers from autism and anxiety.
When Amy Tompkins went into labor, the hospital’s health staff let Belle stay in the room with her. Belle’s job is to lay next to her owner to give her the reassurance she needs..
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As reported BBC, Belle was the first UK dog to be admitted to the maternity ward. It was Amy Tompkins, the midwife, who suggested that Belle go to the hospital to see how much she was helping her man. The dog was also present during the ambulance and transfer to the intensive care unit.
Before the hospital approved Belle’s admission, she evaluated how she behaved in such a busy place and how she reacted when she realized her man was in pain. That dog He passed the test with flying colours, much to the surprise of all the staff, according to Tompkins. In addition, additional infection control measures were taken to protect the remaining patients.
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Amy told British media that before Belle, He hasn’t left his house for “months,” Don’t even go to the supermarket or the doctor. The young mother is proud that her partner has received an award for his service. Additionally, he hopes it will change people’s perception of this breed, which is often seen as aggressive. “In all that goes on around me, She gave me something else to focus on. She is so calm and adorable, she deserves all the recognition,” he said.
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