A MUM who was knocked unconscious after she fell down the stairs has praised her black Labrador for helping her six-year-old daughter dial 999 and save her life When Mia Ellery fell down the stairs at her home in Preston her dog, Bentley, alerted daughter, Honour, who was wearing headphones and had not noticed The 36-year-old mum said: “I couldn’t move. I couldn’t even feel my arms. I was shouting for help, but I remembered that Honour had headphones on, and was watching a cartoon on her iPad ” The self-confessed couch potato had previously trained Bentley to find beers, the TV remote and her mobile phone She added: “I said to Bentley: ‘Bring Honour’ and he ran into the living room and literally dragged the headphones off her and pulled at her pyjamas until she left the room “When she saw me, she was very calm and reassuring. Bentley found my mobile phone and Honour rang the ambulance ” Mia was taken to hospital where doctors found she had bruising to her spine and back Mia said: “Bentley has always been a really clever dog. I have taught him how to take off my socks and bring me a beer from the fridge and my mobile phone She added: “His ancestors are mountain rescue dogs in Scotland and that shone through when I fell He refused to leave my side until the paramedics arrived. “Honour was brilliant too For a six-year-old girl, she was so grown-up on the phone to the 999 operators. She even opened the door and waited for the paramedics on the doorstep “I’m extremely proud of them both.” We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at [email protected] co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too Click here to upload yours.