Dogs are known as a man’s closest companions for a reason! A huge number of them work for the police, sniffing bombs on the front lines, work as therapy puppies at hospitals. Many canines are trained to do those things, some puppy were destined to improve somebody’s life.

Saki, a German shepherd, was being raised in a home in California before her official training for the National Disaster Foundation. The pup was going somewhere each day.

“After roughly two weeks, in the morning I’d glance around and Saki wasn’t there!” said the foster mother.

As it turned out, Saki snuck past the fence and hurried to the neighbors, where she went by 5-year-old Danny, who had development delays. The young man was exceptionally shy and calm, however when Saki showed up in his life, it has changed totally.

Danny’s mother stated: “He would take Saki’s face in his hands, and look at her without flinching and converse with her — and she would listen.” The kid began to talk full sentences, some way or another that pooch taught him confidence.

Regardless of everything, Saki still had a place with the National Disaster Foundation, so the family accomplished something extremely touching.

Watch the video to see the entire story: