He also won Most Likely To Succeed At Being A Dog. (via Yahoo! Shine)

This is what happens when a school uses their yearbook to spread joy instead of censorship

Taxi Benke is a Labrador-Golden Retriever mix who serves as an epilepsy service dog for 14-year-old Rachel Benke. This year, Taxi got his photo in the yearbook of Rachel's San Antonio middle school. 

When Rachel was six, she had to have part of her brain removed because of the hundreds of seizures she was having every day. As a result, she is developmentally more like a six or seven year old. Having Taxi around has allowed Rachel to go to school and lead an ordinary life, because Rachel's parents know Taxi can warn when a seizure is coming. 

Sources: Yahoo! Shine | h/t Gawker