Zeuz — Service
I got Zeuz in April of 2020 little bit after we went into quarantine. I was going through a lot at the time. My therapist recommended I try a service dog. I didn’t have the money to get a program dog so I looked at owner training. I knew it was going to be a long process but I had the patience. As soon as Zeuz started learning things he didn’t want to stop. The person I was dating at the time and his family didn’t like the fact of me having a service dog. They would always talk about Zeuz and me behind our backs saying that We couldn’t do it and that I didn’t need a service dog when they didn’t understand what I was going through. Zeuz gave me back my independence. Zeuz personality rubbed off on me and showed me that I shouldn’t care what people thought about me or him. Zeuz has come a long way in just the year he’s been training to be a service dog. He’s saved me from myself a lot. I don’t know where’d I’d be if I didn’t have him. He’s showed me what love really is even if I am broken. I know he’ll love me no matter what. When he knows I’m having a bad time, he’ll bring me one of his favorite toys to try and cheer me up. If I don’t take the toy from him, he’ll keep trying or if I’m in bed he’ll lay it beside me and get another one. He also loves to crawl in the grass on his breaks at school. Everyone has a smile on their face when they see him at school. You know the saying not all hero’s wear capes. Well Zeuz is one of them.