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This Is How Dogs Are Used As A Tool For Children's Therapy

Diane Daniels Manning is author of 'Almost Perfect' and earned a Ph.D. in Education and a post-doctoral M.P.H. from Harvard. Here, she explains how she integrates dogs and children's therapy.

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