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June 29, 2006

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Dog dials 911, saves owner, gets reward

We love our labs, praise our pointers, revere our retrievers. But lets be honest, can any of them save our lives by dialing 911? No, it takes a specially trained beagle named Belle to do that. Check out this heartwarming story, in which Belle saves owner Kevin Weaver as he suffers a diabetic seizure. The heroic pooch later wins the 2006 VITA Wireless Samaritan Award.


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