Among all the headshots of smiling students in a Louisiana middle schools new yearbook, one photo clearly sticks out.

It shows Presley, a service dog, and the photo in West Monroes Good Hope Middle School yearbook has been drawing a lot of attention since it started bouncing around the internet last week.

The 5-year-old golden doodle shows up in the yearbook next to her owner Joseph Seph Ware, a 14-year-old Good Hope seventh-grader diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. The student relies on Presley to help him get around.

Were kind of stunned at all the attention, the boys mom, Lori Ware, told FoxNews. com Friday. Its humbling. Im glad Presley is making the world happy.

Ware, 52, said her son has been drawing a paw print when classmates ask him to sign their yearbooks on behalf of Presley.

Hes loving it, she said of her son.

Presley has been at Sephs side since she was a small puppy.

When picture day came around, school officials wanted to include the dog in the yearbook with the other students, Al. com reported this week.

Ware said her son’s response was, why not.

Seph says that it took about 10 minutes to get Presley to look at the camera – and who knows how many shots, she told Al. com.

Duchenne muscular dystrophy  is a genetic condition that causes progressive muscle weakness, AL. com reported. People diagnosed with the condition are usually confined to a wheelchair by the time they are teens.

Good Hope students love having Presley around, Ware said.

They arent supposed to pet her, but they sneak pets in the hallways after classes, she told FoxNews. com. And if Presley hears someone say, Oh, look at the pretty puppy, ‘ she perks right up because she knows shes pretty.