The life of a 911 dispatcher is not an easy way to earn a living since lives are stake when a call for help comes to the workplace on a 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the calendar year.
Thanks to a not for profit group called “Soldier 6” which is a not for profit group that trains dogs to work with war veterans, law enforcement officers and firefighters to assist them to deal with stressful challenges in their life, a service dog came to pay a visit to the dispatchers at a station in Plymouth Minnesota for one day.
It is amazing that dogs these days have found a new lease on life by working as service dogs to ease the pain of life’s challenges to persons who have the task of lending their unconditional love to humans who respond to the love from the dog by returning love to the dog.
In my view, 911 dispatchers are one part of a team that through their work strive to make the lives of people in need better to the best of their ability are underrated. Having the company of a service dog for a period of time in the workplace is priceless.