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June 10, 2014 6:22 PM

Service dogs help the disabled at home, work

Assistance dogs, more commonly known as service dogs, are in high demand to help people who live with significant physical and sensory impairments. Three nonprofits train service dogs in the Kansas City area: Paws for Freedom in Tonganoxie; KSDS Assistance Dogs in Washington, Kan., near the Nebraska border; and the Kansas City Chapter of Canine Companions for Independence, which is headquartered in California.

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