A little girl named Bella Burton suffers from Morquio Syndrome. It is a rare genetic disorder but this does not keep Bella down. In fact, she is still in high spirits despite her condition. She has to use a wheelchair or a pair of crutches to move about. But she soon was able to move about even without these, thanks to George, her reliable support dog.
Bella met George after volunteering at the Service Dog Project for a year. The group trains Great Danes and helps them become support dogs.
When the two met, there was an instant bond. It was amazing when they became matched, and soon George was trained to be there for Bella so she would become independent. George was well-mannered and he would always be there to support the little girl.
George worked hard and a group known as BarkPost thought that George should be rewarded for his work. His reward was the best day for him and he loved it.
That day, George, Bella, and Bella’s mom, Rachel, went to the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel which gave them the best welcome. They then went to Wahlburger to get George burgers, his fave food!
After that, the group then went to go sledding since this huge dog really loves spending time in the snow. To make things even more special, a portion of the ski resort they went to was closed off just for George and his beloved Bella.
The group also went to a dog store to get George all the treats that he really loved. George also got a bone that was the size of the bone of a dinosaur.
They spent the night at the hotel for a sleepover. There, George got tons of toys and was even treated to his very own bed that was just right for his size.