Sheba the Japanese Akita saves life of teenage owner by jumping on her back when she started choking
News On Japan via Daily Mail -- Oct 26
A pet dog has saved the life of her teenage owner by jumping on her back when she started choking on her dinner. Sheba the Japanese Akita bounded into the room to help 18-year-old Aysha Perry when she began choking on a 1.5in piece of chicken which was stuck in her throat.
As Ms Perry struggled to breath and thought she might die, Sheba saved the day last Friday.
Ms Perry of Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire said: 'She whacked me on the back with one of her huge front paws and the piece of chicken flew out.'
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