Woman uses service goat for health issue
Posted: May 24, 2013 8:32 PM EDT | Updated: Nov 6, 2014 1:37 AM EDT
Service dogs are pretty common, but a Michigan woman may have the first service goat.
Everywhere Sara Manley goes, her goat Prince follows.
Manley has low blood sugar and she can black out and faint at any time.
Somehow, the goat can sense when it's about to happen.
“He bites me. Will get visibly agitated and will scream or circle me and block me if I have a problem,” said Manley. “That’s what he does. He prevents the problem so I can take my medication.”
Prince is so popular with people in downtown Grand Rapids, he now has his own Facebook page.
Manley is a senior at an art college, and she's making an animated film starring her little Prince.