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Animal Beat

Blind students love these dog days

By Vicki Croke
Globe Correspondent / March 6, 2004

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"It's a gift, it's not something you can teach," Terri Werner, an art teacher at the Perkins School for the Blind, says of her dog Garnet, as she stands in the stately brick chapel of the Howe Building on campus and looks down at the handsome German shepherd. (Full Article: 812 Words)

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