Romeo has spent the last five years of his life as a life-saving canine blood donor. He has saved the lives of over 50 dogs! Romeo continued to give blood throughout the pandemic and gave blood every 2 months instead of the normal 3 to 4 months as he has a negative blood type which is a little bit rarer and in demand. Unfortunately, Romeo had to retire in the new year as he reached the maximum age. Romeo has also spent the last 5 years working as PAT dog visiting patients at the Lister hospital and dementia residents at our local care home in Hatfield. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, he could not do this and is hoping to go back to work soon. However, he has helped my neighbour as her personal PAT dog. She suffers from depression and Romeo helps her to feel so much better. Romeo has done numerous fundraising events with me over the years, raising money for both animal and human charities. He has run numerous 10k runs and even done a charity kissing booth. I am nominating Romeo for a SuperDog Award because he is a true hero who has not only saved other dog’s lives and enriched the lives of humans but is also a wonderful ambassador for the Staffie breed and I am so very proud of him!