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September 06, 2011


Nancy Weiler

The above really sounds as though written by the dog, a very wise and kindly dog.What a great thing to do for patients in the hospital,not only for kids,but for any one spending a spell of time there. I live in a retirement community,and when a visitor brings a dog, its amazing how the faces light up and the very silent,want to talk about a dog they once had. Its a real high light of the day for many of us.

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