CHICAGO (CBS) — Jenny D’Agostino’s dog is not only a service dog, but also her yoga partner.
In a Facebook video, D’Agostino, a Round Lake resident, shows followers her family’s dog, Quinn, joining her for a quick yoga session.READ MORE: Jury Deliberations In R. Kelly's New York Trial Expected To Start Friday
“My dogs love working out with me. They think it’s play time,” she said. “She loves love.”
D’Agostino’s daughter, Taylor, was severely injured in a horseback riding accident. As her daughter started using a wheelchair, D’Agostino was left questioning the next steps to take in the recovery process.
“When tragedy hits, you are in shock,” D’Agostino said.READ MORE: MISSING: Cherish Taylor, 13, Last Seen In Auburn Gresham
So when a service dog was recommended to help, she thought, “Why not?”
The family had Quinn trained and got to bring her home in August. Quinn helps Taylor with her day-to-day life, including tasks like picking up her phone or credit card. Since August, Taylor and Quinn have developed a special bond.
“She knows when Taylor is not having a good day,” D’Agostino said. “It’s just unbelievable.
When it comes to Quinn’s love for her new family and participating in yoga, D’Agostino simply believes, “It was meant to be.”MORE NEWS: 73-Year-Old Man Dies In Rollover Crash Near Grant Park
: (Video credit: Jenny D’Agostino)