Jennifer said Brielle was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with epilepsy. Brielle has had four episodes since then. “We need him because he’s going to be a seizure dog,” said Jennifer. “About a month ago, Brielle had her very first seizure in the middle of the night. I woke up. Luckily she slept with me. She wasn’t breathing, she was blue. I thought she was going to suffocate. I called EMS. “
“It feels like he knows he’s here to take care of her,” she said. “He sleeps next to her at night. He follows her through the house. It’s up to her. We drove to Hatch to pick him up and they slept in the back seat on the way home. “
Jennifer said a friendly dog breeder and multiple donations helped her get Oliver over the weekend.
Jennifer, a single mother, said she needed help raising money for Oliver’s seizure and training service dogs. Goldendoodles are known for their ability to recognize seizures.
However, the training is expected to cost between $ 500 and $ 1000 per month for a year.
“Especially since her first episode was at night, I find it difficult to go to bed at night. I’m constantly awake, like a newborn baby, checking to see if she’s okay, ”said Jennifer.
Jennifer set up a GoFundMe to raise funds for training service dogs.
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