When Ralf the giant Schnauzer makes his rounds at the Royal Children’t Hospital in Melbourne, Australia, he is sure to give patients… hospital children… a new leash of life.
With his shaggy coat and floppy tongue, the dog has gained a reputation as something of a miracle worker since joining the hospital.
The selfless pooch walks the wards and looks in on his young patients every Monday. He even sits with some during grueling chemo therapy sessions.
Check out the full story of the amazing dog, Ralf the giant Schnauzer who helps children to walk as he does his hospital rounds on the next page!
My Belle is just a Miniature Schnauzer, but she too has a big heart and visits a local nursing home whenever she gets a chance. She’s a big hit to the residents.
I’m planning to get miniature schnauzer flower registered as an autism and anxiety relief service dog. Having that companionship really helps …