“Pet Tales: Dogs help autistic children”

English: Suzi Q, a certified service dog, work...

English: Suzi Q, a certified service dog, working in snow in Finland. She wears a colorful vest and an insulating underjacket with reflective markers, useful in winter when it’s dark up to 22 hours a day. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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This February 23, 2013 article on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette website talks about Service Dogs trained to aid kids with Autism.

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One comment on ““Pet Tales: Dogs help autistic children”
  1. I fostered a guide dog that was being trained for people with epilepsy, or for autistic children. Those dog’s are amazing!

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