A 14-year-old Jack Russell terrier called Bingo has gotten his very own bucket list in the last few weeks of his life.
Bingo was given to the Winnipeg-based Hein family in 2005 by the National Service Dogs to help with 11-year-old Cole’s undiagnosed medical condition, the Winnipeg Free Press reports. Cole would suddenly stop breathing and would often require CPR to revive him.
The organization trained Bingo to respond when Cole stopped breathing by barking to notify others.
While Cole can now work through the disorder himself, the dog has helped save the boy’s life several times in the last few years and was even inducted into the Purina Animal Hall of Fame in 2010, according to Modern Dog Magazine.
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