A loyal dog will not abandon the side of a boy with autism because they are best friends. Pets The Cutie

Dogs are superior to humans. Simply put, they are the best friends we do not deserve.

This is another illustration of their superiority. James Isaac, a 9-year-old boy with autism, cannot speak and feels uncomfortable around people. Luckily, he has Mahe.

Mahe is his loyal service dog and will never leave him. The young patient from New Zealand recently underwent an MRI to determine the cause of his seizures, and when doctors saw how close the two were, they allowed Mahe to accompany him. Mahe stood by his best friend, making James' facial expressions confused as he was placed inside the machine. James' mother, Michelle Isaac, told Stuff.co.nz that the man simply stared at James and seemed genuinely concerned.

Most people would be overwhelmed after a hospital visit, but Mahe has also been genuinely helpful elsewhere. Since they became best friends two and a half years ago, the dog, trained by Assistance Dogs New Zealand Trust, has kept James calm during many different activities. "They just have a connection that calms the child," said Wendy Isaacs, a trusted staff member. "Something magical happens between a child with autism and these dogs."

Mahe, keep on going; you are a legend.

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