We receive great photos from 1A kids to share out on Texas 1A Fan Instagram. Baylee Orsak, a cheerleader from Moran, sends us photos regularly. One day she sent several photos of their pink out pep rally, and there were several photos of a dog included. I asked about the dog. She told me her name is Quincee, and she’s her alert dog. I asked Baylee to write a paragraph telling us about Quincee that we could share. This is what Baylee wrote:
Quincee was born in Nebraska so we had to drive all the way there to pick her up. As soon as she turned six months old, we started obedience training with our trainer in Ranger Texas. She definitely caught on quick and finished in six months. After that, she started her training to sense when my blood sugar drops. Again, she caught on fast and surprised us. So, when my blood sugar drops, she alerts me by pawing at me or rubbing her nose on me. At night, if I don’t wake up, she will go get my mom. Quincee goes everywhere I go, including school! She has saved my life several times. I don’t know what I would do without her.
Thank you, Baylee, for allowing us to share with Texas 1A Fans! If you all see Baylee and Quincee, be sure and stop to say HI!
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