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Service Dog Yearbook Photo
Stafford High School junior AJ Schalk, who has type 1 diabetes, has been attending class with his service dog Alpha for the past year after Stafford County school officials approved the idea. Alpha can tell when Schalk's blood sugar is askew by scent and gives Schalk a paw to warn Schalk. (Peter Cihelka /The Free Lance-Star via AP)
Gorge Dog Rescued
In this May 23, 3017, photo provided by New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, New York State Parks Police Officer Ryan Clancy, escorts "Skippy" just after using a harness and ropes to rescue the dog in Letchworth State Park, near Mount Morris, N.Y. Skippy was stranded about half-way down a 400-cliff in the Genesee River gorge. (Lt. James Hy/New York State Park Police via AP)
Animal law enforcement officer Sara Tucker pets Lucy, a 4-year-old pug, Tuesday, May 9, 2017, while following up on the dog's welfare at a home in Colorado Springs. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Phyllis Van Boxtel says goodbye to two dogs being taken by bus with over 100 others from crowded shelters in California to pet rescuers in the Pacific Northwest, where euthanasia rates are lower and pets are in greater demand. Must credit: Photo by Patrick T. Fallon for The Washington Post
Drooling dog
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More than flowers and gardening supplies have been an attraction at the Lowe's on N. Nevada Ave. A Great Horned Owl made her nest in the outdoor gardening area this Spring. One of the three babies looks down from a high spot in the nesting area on top of landscaping materials on Thursday, May 11, 2017. Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette
Palm Beach County Sheriff's K-9 Officer Kasper was shot protecting his partner, the sheriff said. WPEC