For decades Disney Princesses have been an inseparable part of our lives. Most of us have grown up idolizing and aspiring to be like them. Fans seem to love giving their favorite Disney characters a makeover. There is no doubt that Disney has always been a source of inspiration for artists.
But in this case, they are not the main characters in the story.
Artist named Arien Smith tried imagining these princesses with their service dogs and disabilities. According to Arien, his art is “both a critique on the lack of disabled characters and advocacy for disability rights.”
The Series is called “Royal Service Dogs”.
Cinderella has fibromyalgia which is also very common. Her Service dog helps her out by removing her shoes.
Rapunzel has Complex PTSD and Dissociative Identity Disorder. C-PTSD is a type of response to prolonged trauma. The service dog is helping her out of a very strong dissociative state, then providing tactile stimulation for comfort and grounding.
In this picture, Tina is with her service dog who helps her to go on about her daily life. She has Autism
Belle suffers from Generalized Anxiety Disorder and in this picture her service dog is blocking her stance by guarding and alerting her.
#5 Snow White
Snow White has several food allergies which prevent her from eating several food items. She has a service dog who is trained to alert her if the food has any allergic item to it.
#6 Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping beauty is suffering from Narcolepsy which is a neurological condition that affects sleep and arousal. In this picture, the service dog is holding her head after an episode of daytime drowsiness.
Pocahontas has diabetes and has a medical alert dog, who helps her by keeping her blood sugar levels in check. The dog alerts her every time her sugar level is low or high by nudging or pawing.