Brianna’s protector Charlie to get the award as his story goes global
There are amusing and supernatural things happening in the world. Sometimes it seems odd and bizarre, but nature has gifted the creations with a sense and apprehension faculty. The man has been gifted with five senses, and there is a sixth sense which infers the oncoming threat. Is this sense another five senses only for men? Can pets and animals be gifted with these senses? In a sense, we may say yes because the animals can apprehend oncoming threat for life.
But in this case, he brings to work his supernatural ability and sixth sense to save the life of his three years old master. It is perhaps the power of love and faithfulness. He saves his beloved owner from potential danger to her life.
The dog Charlie the great dean is going to get a prize. The authorities have decided to honor him due to his performance and apprehension of threat to the life of a toddler, Brianna Lynch. She belongs to Killaloe, Co Clare. He saved the toddler and his owner from epileptic seizure; he detected the threat beforehand and rose to action. The story spread around the globe via newspaper and social media. It was revealed that he could predict the danger of little girl’s seizure. There was an appreciation for the hero.
A disturbance in the electrical activity of the brain causes the disease. It has different types and forms. We may fall victim to this disease at some point in our lives. And this has happened to three-year-old Bianca
The special bond of love
There was a special relationship of love between the two; both master and the dog. He can detect the seizure up to 20 minutes before the incident. During this time, he gently leads the child to the wall and does not leave her until someone comes to save her and give her aid.
The news channels and websites featured the story on their front pages. The news spread across the world, and there was applause for the hero Charlie and support for Bianca. According to the mother of the girl, she appreciates the support and well wishes generated because of her campaign to purchase a new ambulatory EEG machine to aid her.
Raised 15000 pounds
Due to campaign and coverage of the incident, another mother of three years daughter Mia, they have increased over 15000 ponds. Mia is also treated for epilepsy.
Now with 3000 pounds more they will purchase the required machine which is recommended by a hospital in Limerick. According to the breeder of Charlie, he has an excellent sense of protectiveness. This breed is famous for temperament. They are faithful and trustworthy family members. They are fantastic pedigree dogs.
The Irish Great Dane Club is going to hold a national event to honor the Charlie next year.