92-year-old Veteran Feels Lonely and Refuses to Leave the House. Then She Meets This Service Dog

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92-year-old veteran Annabelle Weiss and her service dog Joe are simply inseparable. “He changed my life, he really did,” Weiss told Today. “Without him I would be at the house a lot. Now people call me and I’m never home!”

At the age of 20, Weiss enlisted in the US Marines. She served there for two years as a driver and plane engine inspector. The woman was discharged in 1946 and started working as a nurse. Eventually, she got a thyroid cancer, but managed to win the battle against the disease. In 2013, Weiss felt like she has seen it all, but then life presented her with a furry surprise – a Golden Lab Joe. The rest is history…

Now the unstoppable duo do everything together, with Joe assisting the old lady in every step she takes. “He’s not my dog, he’s the son I never had… He’ll follow me to the end of the earth.”

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