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  • Dog lifts spirits of young patients at Children's Mercy Hospital

    A golden retriever named Hunter is a rock star among the young patients at Children’s Mercy Hospital. The comfort canine won a national award for his work when he was honored this year by being named to Milk-Bone’s third annual list of “15 Dogs Who Changed the World." With his handler, Aimee Hoflander, a patient activity coordinator at the hospital, 3-year-old Hunter makes the rounds visiting children in the hospital, lifting their spirits one wag at a time.

Dog lifts spirits of young patients at Children's Mercy Hospital

A golden retriever named Hunter is a rock star among the young patients at Children’s Mercy Hospital. The comfort canine won a national award for his work when he was honored this year by being named to Milk-Bone’s third annual list of “15 Dogs Who Changed the World." With his handler, Aimee Hoflander, a patient activity coordinator at the hospital, 3-year-old Hunter makes the rounds visiting children in the hospital, lifting their spirits one wag at a time.
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star