‘Guardian angel’ autism dog Caddie creates Crufts finals

A “guardian angel” dog has reached a finals of Crufts for assisting renovate a life of a child with autism.

Caddie is a specifically lerned autism assistance Labrador from a “Dogs for Good” gift and helps ease anxiety.

He was given to 13-year-old Joel Sayer from Newquay and has helped him lift out bland tasks like brushing his teeth and walking to a shops.

Joel said: “Caddie is my special friend, my super dog. This universe we live in we find hard, we find all hard, though Caddie keeps me ease and keeps me safe.”

The span are finalists in a Crufts Friends for Life favourite dog foe that celebrates dogs providing a “lifetime service, support, adore and devotion”.