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IN Animals ON 22 Oct, 2015
In today's world, we lack humanity, respect and hope. But the faith still exist. Whatever the life brings to us we still close our eyes and pray to God to help us. And help comes in the most strange manner.
Like Zachary Tucker had lost all his hope yet he found is hope and faith come true in a prison. A small flick of light was seen and he watched it with all his heart and is now saved.
He is a small kid, who was diagnosed having very confusing behavior just when he started school. He is suffering from Asperger's, Its a form of Autism. How worst his condition is, one can easily tell by just looking. Autism is not only stunt his social development but it also triggers horrible panic attacks. He could not sleep and often broke down crying. Calming him down was very difficult as did not anybody touch him during attack.
His parents Arthur and Susy Tucker are so desperate that they are ready to cross any kind of limit to save there child and make him better. And one day Susy stumbled across the name Chris Vogt on internet. He is a dog trainer who specializes in training dog to be companions for children with autism. Infant he is supposed to be best in business.
Chris Vogt is a felon, apparently he has convicted some murder and has been imprisoned since 1998. Moreover, he is sentenced for 48 years for murder. But yet then man is participating in a program to rehabilitate dogs in animal shelter.
He up skills himself on topic of early autism and reads everything he can gets on them. He teaches himself to train a perfect champions for these children. Until now, there was no demand for companion dog for a child suffering from autism. So, in prison dogs were trained to help blind and deaf people.
For a 9-year old this idea was very bad. a tortured child meeting a man in prison fact could not be digested. But just after the first meet, child felt good and amazing the dog and his loyal big brown eyes.
He had trained dog to react immediately when he senses a panic attack from little boy. If Zack's heart begins to beat faster, signalling a attack, Clyde bumps him, distracts him before it can go to any worst level. Zack makes several visits in prison to practice how to deal with Clyde.
"My panic attacks went down at least 70% and now I'm relaxed enough to make friends at school, which I couldn't do for the longest time," tells Zack. As a thank to the felon, the family visits him on regular interval. And Zack does something that he has never done before, "He hugs his savior the dog trainer"
He breaks into tears as he sees the improvement that the boy has made. Even after 21 years of his crime, it is difficult for him to talk about what had happened. He got into a violent argument with another man along with a friend. The situation went out of control, " I was too much of a coward to do the right thing," says Chris tearfully. The program gives him the opportunity to atone for his crime.