Image: Byron Taylor’s Facebook

“He Saved My life”

Byron says that he was in a very bad place in his life and began drinking heavily.

One night, he decided to make a noose and hang himself. While he went downstairs to write a farewell note for his family, his dog awaited him upstairs.Once Bryon went back upstairs the six-year-old Rare Welsh Bull Mastiff had the noose in his mouth.

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Byron Taylor's Facebook

Image: Byron Taylor’s Facebook

He recalled,
“I came back upstairs and he had the noose in his mouth. At first, I thought he wanted to play.
“I said ‘give it here’, and he started growling at me.
“He chewed up the noose. He never growls, but each time I tried to take it off him, he would snarl. I wouldn’t be here now if it wasn’t for him.
“In a way, I think Geo knew what I was going to do. They have a sixth sense about this kind of thing. He knew something was up.”

Byron Taylor's Facebook

Image: Byron Taylor’s Facebook

God sends us his angels in many ways. For Bryon, it was Geo. Man’s best friend was the hero in this event.

Byron, however, has just discovered that Geo has cancer. We are sending our prayers to heal his hero!

Article: Western Daily Press

Photos:  Bryon Taylor’s