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Dogs provide comfort at Monroe Clinic
Monroe Clinic volunteer Angie Studnicka visits with Emma and her owner Kay Carter at Monroe Clinic on Monday. Emma, a therapy dog for Paws for Healing, has been visiting patients and staff at the clinic for a year. Emma has been a therapy dog for three years and also makes hospice visits. Carter decided she wanted to train a therapy dog after watching a Relay For Life demonstration in 2004. Emma is the third therapy dog Carter has trained. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - Each week for nearly a year, dogs from Monroe Clinic's therapy dog program have comforted patients and staff alike. Paws for Healing began at Monroe Clinic in July of 2016 with two therapy dogs and three volunteers. Now, the program is hoping to add three more dogs to meet with more patients.