connectVideo the dog in the Disney World and meet costumed dog in ” Up ” and can hardly contain myself
With a service dog at Disney World, met his favorite character in the 2009 Pixar film ‘Up.’
Disney World and it was one of the “happiest place on earth” for this doggo.
Jessica Paulsen, and her service dog, Henry, both of Nashville, tn, recently made a visit to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where Henry met up with a costumed cast member dressed up as Dug from “Up”, and was barely able to contain his excitement.
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Henry, who is currently 111,000 followers on Instagram, it was as calm as a person can reasonably be expected from a trained service dog, to be polite to approach them, and nuzzling both Excavated and a cast member dressed up as Russell from the 2009 animated film.
Henry, 2, and, eventually, turns around and plops down in front of him, between the two figures, smiling as wide as Paulson and her family to capture the moment.
“Also, keep in mind that Henry was a working dog, but Disney days are long and the character is a great reward for all of Henry’s hard work,” Paulsen, with the subtitle in the video, she shared her “furiends” on Instagram.
The post has since garnered nearly 19,000 “likes” as of Tuesday morning.
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Paulsen, who shares photos, images and pictures of Henry on social media sites and its own web site, is reported to have a condition known as postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, which can lead to loss of consciousness and rapid heartbeat, according to The Tennessean. She also documents her life with a service dog, answering fans’ questions on YouTube, as well as documenting her trip to HenryTheHelper.com.
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They also frequently travel with some of the island, and this is, in fact, it was his second trip to walt Disney World after a trip in May, and he appears to have been made with a Slot and a Robertson.