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Everyone fell in love with these two little girls and their dogs on the Late Late

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THE LATE LATE Show kicked off last night with a very special story.

The first four guests on were Olivia and Lauren – along with their two dogs Fifi and Graham.

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As part of the Irish charity Dogs for the Disabled, the dogs are specially trained to help the two girls walk everywhere they go.

And the whole country fell in love with all of them last night

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Seven-year-old Lauren – who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of two – told Ryan how Graham helps her every day:

“I hold on to his harness and he changes in to a completely different pup. If I had to go down a hill or something and there’s a little up then Graham would actually stop until I get down and then go after me.  He knows when to go.”

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Not only is Graham highly trained and helps Lauren out every day, he’s also a big ball of cuteness

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And when Tubs asked her what she fed Graham, Lauren’s answer was just excellent

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Next, Ryan talked to Olivia and her stability dog Fifi

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“She helps me walk and she helps me with my gait and stability”

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It was an adorable start to the show

They spoke so well

And the Dogs for the Disabled cause got themselves a national platform

Can we have more wonderful dogs on next week, lads?

Excellent work

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Written by David Elkin and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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