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  • PHARM dogs help help farmers with disabilities stay on their land

    PHARM Dog USA (Pets Helping Agriculture In Rural Missouri) is a program that provides pet partners to farmers and family members with disabilities. The program provided a border collie, who goes by the name of Sweet Baby Jo, to Alda Owen of Maysville, Mo. Owen, who is legally blind and helps her husband, Rick, run their farm.

PHARM dogs help help farmers with disabilities stay on their land

PHARM Dog USA (Pets Helping Agriculture In Rural Missouri) is a program that provides pet partners to farmers and family members with disabilities. The program provided a border collie, who goes by the name of Sweet Baby Jo, to Alda Owen of Maysville, Mo. Owen, who is legally blind and helps her husband, Rick, run their farm.
TAMMY LJUNGBLAD tljungblad@kcstar.com