8 Min Released Jun 10, 2016

Get to Work

Dogs have more jobs now than ever before. They help people with disabilities, and their presence can even help make sick people feel better. Dr. Hare speaks with several experts in the field of working and therapeutic dogs, and concludes that our furry friends have a rare and unique ability—plus the desire to work—to be our best friends. Featured Guests: Betsie Hughes and her CCI Service Dog, Hansen III; Jamie Togal, Guide Dog Mobility Instructor at Leader Dogs for the Blind; Paul Mundell, CEO of Canine Companions for Independence.

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