Despite all the controversy surrounding service animals, people still love to see a Labrador Retriever trained to help.
It happened at Tampa International Airport when the passengers were shocked to see that this service dog had penetrated the security gate.
However, when the Labrador Retriever lay down and began to cry, the experience happened to all onlookers once in a lifetime.
Suddenly the dog could not walk anymore! And not because of some disease, as everyone thought, but because of some unexpected miracle. The dog was pregnant.
A beautiful Lab named Eleanor Rigby was pregnant when her owner was about to board a plane. But she was expecting her dog to give birth in just a few days. However, Diane Van Ater never expected that she gave birth to her dog while boarding a plane at the gate.
No matter how awkward the situation was, they had no choice but to lie to Eleanor and let nature go its the way.
And when the dog started to give birth, there were moans in the terminal, so the scene could not go unnoticed by the entire airport. After all, there was nothing but an adorable moment.
And one that you will not see often, especially at the airport.
Fortunately, he was not the only dog there for the expectant mother, as his wife, old Nugget, also accompanied the family.
Everyone in the Gate F80 watched as Eleanor Rigby gave free lessons on the wonders of life. And when eight adorable puppies came out right after each other, there was a lot of experience to be had.
Passengers set aside their books and phones to watch the nature at the gate unfold before them. One of the passengers told Fox News 13: “I was here with five puppies.
It’s on Instagram. We collect a lot of likes. ”
Christine Hamilton also took the opportunity to give a show to her followers on Instagram.
And the rescue crew got rewarded for their efforts as all the puppies were named after them.
“They have our names of course!” paramedic Natalie Brown told. And of course, the last one’s Natalie, it’s a girl!” “And number two is Larry,” her colleague Larry Glanton said.
Although the happy family missed their flight, they found their way home to Philadelphia in time.