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by Tina Whittle

When my daughter, Kaley, was four, she decided that she wanted a dog. She wanted one so badly that she took a piece of plywood, tied a string around it, and named it Flat Puppy. It was a pitiful sight, my kid dragging that hunk of wood around the yard, so her father and I admitted it was time to make room in our family for a canine.


Pet Therapy for Grieving Children

IN THE January 12 ISSUE

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by Lee Juslin

When Deb got her Maltese puppy, Kalia, whose name in Greek means good and beautiful, she was determined that the little pup would follow in the paw steps of her previous Maltese, Simka, as a therapy dog.


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