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Because I am OCD, I would give Rugby a bath BEFORE getting in the tub with baby. So cute though!

Handicapped Pets: A War Dog Gets His Wheels Still Needs Your Votes

A War Dog Gets His Wheelchair Still Needs Your Votes in the Hero Dog Awards - Vote for MWD Emir once each day!

A Dog Helps Doctors With Surgery  ... from PetsLady.com ... The FUN site for Animal Lovers

A Dog Helps Doctors With Surgery

Lifesaving Service Dog Sniffs Out Girl's Disease, Even in Operating Room. ~ The dog, JJ, singlehandedly has done more than any medical person has done!

Sweet ~ Golden Retriever and Little Girl

ralphlauren: “ “ Ralph Lauren Childrenswear ” Get your RL Girl ready for summer with preppy pastels and floral prints Explore Now ”

animal therapy. I sure would love to be a part of helping children with disabilities

This is my dream for after I graduate.I would love to run my own theraputic horseback riding and other animal therapy farm, along wth a riding school. It's amazing to see results in some that were told nothing else would help them.

A week after her former service dog passed away from bone cancer, Jade said that life without a Dane was not an option. Click to read Jade's story.

A week after her former service dog passed away from bone cancer, Jade said that life without a Great Dane was not an option, and so she had to have a new loving companion.

Dogs.

Some heroes have four paws and fur

Military Dogs: Dogs are loyal, trustworthy, & man's best friend. Pictures of loyal dogs & Military dogs. The story behind Military dogs in Afghanistan.

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service dogs, Service dogs in the military, Military service dogs, service dogs and their fallen soldiers

Namu, a South Korean Therapy Dog, trained to help dementia patients. So sweet.  Love this and his polka dots jamma pants!

Namu, a South Korean Therapy Dog, trained to help dementia patients. I love therapy dogs!

When a Man Questioned My Son’s Need for a Service Dog

When a Man Questioned My Son's Need for a Service Dog

On 9/11, Roselle and her owner were on the 78th floor of World Trade Center Tower One when American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the building. Remaining calm and composed, Roselle gracefully led her owner down 1,463 stairs and up  Broadway, away from the WTC. Through dust and debris, she guided him to safety, finding an entrance to a subway station and saving her owner's life.

This yellow Labrador guide dog, Roselle, was with her blind companion on the floor of the World Trade Center North Tower on September Roselle was able to lead her master and many others to safety through the clouds of dust.

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