A boy and his service dog: Yearbook besties

Story highlights

  • A service dog made it into her master's yearbook
  • Presley helps Seph, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy

(CNN)Presley the service dog is always at her owner's side, which is why she earned a spot alongside him in his middle-school yearbook.

The goldendoodle accompanies 14-year-old Seph Ware to Good Hope Middle School in West Monroe, Louisiana, each day.
The seventh-grader has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a degenerative disorder in which the muscles become weaker and weaker. When Seph drops a folder or is too weak to walk over and get something, Presley helps him out, his family said.
    "(The school) must have felt like she's been here enough and is such a part of the school that she deserved a picture," Seph told CNN on Saturday.
    "They treat her like a student, not just like something that's just there."