Haley Blonquist, 17, felt a surprise and joy when she found her rescuer, Katie, next to her in her late high school album. The dog has been accompanied by her daily school for the past two years.
Blonquist at the North Summit High School in Colville, Utah, said, "I expected to have a picture of Katie on one of her end-of-school albums, but she was right next to my picture called Katie Blonquist I was really surprised when I saw the photos that were put on the camera. "
Since 2014, when Blonquist was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, he went to the emergency room in the hospital because of his blood sugar level, which was dangerous.
She had several seizures in her first year of diagnosis, and her parents Destiny and Axil Blonquist decided to raise a puppy that had been "warned" when her diabetes glucose levels were high or low.
Katie tells her that when Blonquist is home she brings her a juice box or put her feet in the hands of Blonquist's left hand or someone else's, and that blood sugar levels have changed drastically.
"Katie has saved my life six or seven times already, and since we brought Katy, Haley has not had a horrible event anymore," Blonquist said.