She goes home, watches TV, naps and spends her time with her siblings and parents. However, bad days are “spent in a haze of seizures and rescue medication,” as described by [Kathryn’s mother] Kim Campbell. “She either stays Dog Collar in bed or on a bean bag or recliner, with oxygen close by. Seizures cause her to lose track of time, and can even cause memory loss.” Sandusky told the Daily Dot that she wrote the story as a way to explain Soldier’s sightings around the school, and the significance his presence has on Campbell. Sandusky’s publication adviser, Greg Janda, had proposed Campbell’s story after her brother, another Timber Creek media student, had mentioned it to the staff. Sandusky shared that students who read about Campbell and Soldier’s bond said the article changed their perspective to be more understanding of Soldier’s significance to his owner. “The story definitely opened my eyes to always remember that every life matters and can make a huge difference,” Sandusky told the Daily Dot via email. “I hadn’t known the story behind Soldier and Kathryn before, and I learned through interviewing the Campbell family how strong their relationship truly is and the literal life or death impact Soldier has for Kathryn.” Photo via Samantha Sandusky/Timber Creek Talon Kathryn Campbell and her service dog, Soldier, wearing homecoming mums. Kathy Beers, Timber Creek’s yearbook adviser, told the Daily Dot that the student yearbook staff’s decision to include Solider alongside Campbell in the book was organic. The 2017 book’s theme was “Shine Brighter Together,” and Soldier helps Campbell shine her brightest, Beers wrote. “Wherever Kathryn goes, Soldier goes also.
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