Dogs are amazing creatures in the world and they are always here for us. It’s been proven that these amazing creatures can relieve stress and make you happier.

Now that the Covid-19 has spread around the world, we have some challenges before us. All we need is a dog in our lives.

Susan Ryan is a doctor in Denver, Colorado and is currently working on the front lines in the fight against the coronavirus. She has a service dog named Wynn who goes to work with her every day.

Wynn is a one-year-old Labrador Retriever who is currently in training for Canine Companions, an organization that trains and provides assistance dogs to kids, adults, and, veterans with disabilities, free of charge. Ryan got Wynn since she was a puppy and she has been in training her since last year.

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The staff at the hospital know Wynn very well and they need her services now more than ever. Doctors and nurses have already met Wynn and know that she is a sweet dog. Ryan even let the hospital staff hold the dog while she was busy.

When Ryan is treating patients, the service dog stays in an office and comforts the hospital staff. Wynn has reduced their anxiety and stress during tough times.

Ryan is urging people to practice social distancing and wash hands after touching anything. Doctors are now working hard in order to beat the coronavirus and all we have to do is stay home. Pretty simple, right?

Doctors and other medical staff are the real superheroes right now. Many people are thanking them for being on the frontlines of the coronavirus war.

There are currently 105,726 confirmed cases and 1,730 deaths in the United States. Most of the cases are in New York. If you need food or medicine, you can go out. Otherwise, it’s recommended to stay at home.

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