Freeman’s owner said that he would constantly be interested in her breast and would touch it. One day, Freeman touched her breast with his snout, and it swelled up. With Freeman’s keen sense of smell, it was discovered that she had a cancerous tumor in her right breast.
Now, as Freeman’s owner is recovering from her chemotherapy, she thanks Freeman for saving her life.
For decades, anecdotal evidence has shown that dogs have the ability to sniff out cancer. Last year, scientists tested ordinary household dogs with basic puppy training and discovered they could detect cancer just by smelling the breath of lung and breast cancer patients.
Animals — they are simply amazing.