Occupational therapist Caroline Berry, right, talks with Carol Ward as she fastens buttons and snaps on the vest of therapy dog Kenna, a 4-year-old smooth collie, Wednesday at the Bryant T. Aldridge Rehabilitation Center.
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Occupational therapist Caroline Berry, right, talks with Carol Ward as she fastens buttons and snaps on the vest of therapy dog Kenna, a 4-year-old smooth collie, Wednesday at the Bryant T. Aldridge Rehabilitation Center.

Therapy animals help in hospitals, offices

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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Dogs have a long history as man’s faithful companion, but that relationship often is associated with hunting and walks in the park.

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