Dog Keeps Girl Alive

Meet the little girl who is being kept alive by her DOG thanks to an oxygen tank strapped to his back. For toddler Alida Knobloch it’s a case of girl’s best friend for her and faithful canine companion Mr Gibbs. The paramedic-like pooch has been specially trained to shepherd three-year-old Alida as she plays in the family’s ten acre land or even if she rides her BIKE. Alida was diagnosed with neuroendocrine hyperplasia of infancy (NEHI) when she was just eight months old.

Meet the little girl who is being kept alive by her DOG thanks to an oxygen tank strapped to his back. For toddler Alida Knobloch it's a case of girl's best friend for her and faithful canine companion Mr Gibbs. The paramedic-like pooch has been specially trained to shepherd three-year-old Alida as she plays in the family's ten acre land or even if she rides her BIKE. Alida was diagnosed with neuroendocrine hyperplasia of infancy (NEHI) when she was just eight months old.

Meet the little girl who is being kept alive by her DOG thanks to an oxygen tank strapped to his back. For toddler Alida Knobloch it's a case of girl's best friend for her and faithful canine companion Mr Gibbs. The paramedic-like pooch has been specially trained to shepherd three-year-old Alida as she plays in the family's ten acre land or even if she rides her BIKE. Alida was diagnosed with neuroendocrine hyperplasia of infancy (NEHI) when she was just eight months old.

Meet the little girl who is being kept alive by her DOG thanks to an oxygen tank strapped to his back. For toddler Alida Knobloch it's a case of girl's best friend for her and faithful canine companion Mr Gibbs. The paramedic-like pooch has been specially trained to shepherd three-year-old Alida as she plays in the family's ten acre land or even if she rides her BIKE. Alida was diagnosed with neuroendocrine hyperplasia of infancy (NEHI) when she was just eight months old.

Meet the little girl who is being kept alive by her DOG thanks to an oxygen tank strapped to his back. For toddler Alida Knobloch it's a case of girl's best friend for her and faithful canine companion Mr Gibbs. The paramedic-like pooch has been specially trained to shepherd three-year-old Alida as she plays in the family's ten acre land or even if she rides her BIKE. Alida was diagnosed with neuroendocrine hyperplasia of infancy (NEHI) when she was just eight months old.