Presley, a loving service dog, has barely left the side of her boy Seph Ware for the last 4 years. She even attends Good Hope Middle School in Louisiana with him. The school’s officials have recognized her devotion and decided to honor Presley by putting her photograph next to Seph’s into the yearbook.


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The 7th grader has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a progressive muscle degeneration, which makes it difficult for Seph to deal with everyday routine. “She can pick up anything off the floor that he needs or may have dropped, go get help if Seph were to fall and not be able to get up, open doors/drawers/cabinets and close them on command,” Seph’s mom Lori Watkins-Ware told Bored Panda. “She will stand near Seph if he begins to lose his balance and will help support him so he doesn’t fall. He loves Presley to death and he can’t imagine life without her.”

More info: Facebook | endduchenne.org (h/t: thedodo)

This service dog is always with her boy Seph who has muscular dystrophy

The 5-year-old Golden Doodle named Presley even attends school with Seph to help him with everyday tasks

Presley helps Seph to deal with everyday routine

The school’s officials have recognized Presley’s devotion and decided to honor her by putting her photo next to Seph’s into the yearbook

Presley helps him to pick up the things he drops, hit light switches, open drawers, and do many other tasks we all take for granted

“He loves Presley to death and he can’t imagine life without her”

Thank you, Lori Watkins-Ware, for talking about Seph and Presley to Bored Panda!