Video: Dog’s Quick Action Saves Stroke Victim


Jesse Sanford, of Saint Charles, Missouri, had already said good-bye to his wife and was heading out the door to work when he was interrupted by the family dog, Max. The two-year-old German Shepherd Dog was acting strangely, and didn’t seem to want Jesse to leave the house:

“He looked at me in an odd way. He started whimpering. He spun around three times,” Sanford explained.

Jesse did the right thing and listened to what the dog was telling him. He headed upstairs to see how his wife was doing and found her in need of life-saving medical attention. . .fast.

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Max is being credited with saving Sue Sanford.
Photo via ksdk.com

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