Dog Therapy

January 2011
Guideposts;Jan2011, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p64
In this article the author discusses how he suffered a severe head injury in a bicycle accident and lost his memory. He states that he has got to know all about the accident through newspaper articles and a few photographs which had been taken by a bystander. He further shares his experience of training a dog and how it helped him gain his confidence back.


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