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Above and Beyond

Pairing service dogs with injured U.S. veterans is nothing new. Man’s (and woman’s) best friends have long been trained to act as an extra pair of eyes, ears, feet and hands for people with serious injuries and disabilities. For those wounded in combat, a service dog can help with their mobility, their independence, and their transition back to civilian life, which can be all the harder when that transition involves a wheelchair or prosthetic limbs




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