You've got to see this adorable pup in action.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
May 30, 2019

It's always a good day at Disney World. But if you have a disability or medical condition, a little TLC and assistance can go a long way.

That's where King Henry of Nashville comes in, lending a helping hand (or paw) of support to his handler Jessica Paulsen. The two-year-old Golden Retriever service animal helps Paulsen with a variety of conditions, including POTS or postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, a syndrome that results from reduced blood volume when you stand up, leading to symptoms like rapid heartbeat and fainting.

"I had no intention of sharing his working life, but more people started asking," she told Good Morning America in a recent interview highlighting the duo's adventures in Disney World. Since Paulsen began King Henry's Instagram account in 2017, he's amassed nearly 68,000 followers.

According to GMA this is King Henry's and Paulsen's sixth vacation to Walt Disney World. From donning a pair of Dumbo ears for a portrait in front of Cinderella's Castle to hanging at Epcot, it's clear the pair love exploring all that the Orlando parks have to offer.

We're loving this sweet, loyal companion. Perhaps it's time King Henry of Nashville gets the honorary title of "King Henry of Disney World," too.