We dont deserve dogs – hero pooch alerts owners to baby who stopped breathing

A brave dog has saved a sick baby's life after they stopped breathing when the loyal pooch was found breaking into the nursery.

In a post on Twitter, Kelly Andrews was full of praise for the loyal K-9 after the dog, Harry, alerted her to her baby who had stopped breathing.

"Last night the dog kept breaking into the nursery and waking the baby. She's been sick, and I was getting so fed up with him. Until she stopped breathing," she said in her post.

"We spent the night in the hospital. I don't know what would have happened if he hadn't woken her."

The concerned parent added: "We don't deserve dogs."

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After a night in the hospital with the baby, the mum thanked everyone for their support during a frightful and eventful night.

"Thanks for all the well wishes, everyone. The baby is doing much better today and we are home with Henry, who bravely held the fort all night even though he is scared of the dark.

"Please know that your kind words are seen and appreciated. Thanks for sharing all the goodness."

People on Twitter were quick to offer kind words of support to Kelly, who said: "I truly cannot keep up with my notifications.

"I've been trying to slowly respond to all the beautiful anecdotes of dogs and cats acting as angels for their humans."

One user praised the loyal dog, saying: "Henry is such a good boy I'm so glad everyone is ok" while another user said: "Scritch that good doggo for me, I am so glad Henry knew something was up."

Kelly also praised Connecticut Children's, saying: "I would like to shout out the ER department at @ctchildrens for being literal heroes.

"They go above and beyond in their care, and it shows."

In response to Connecticut Children's tweet, Kelly said: "We were in great hands, and everyone there is clearly working so hard to provide the best possible care in very scary times."

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