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If you’ve spent enough time on West Virginia University’s campus, chances are you’ve spotted some four-legged friends mixed in with the student body. This is the combined work of a local nonprofit organization called the Human Animal Bond (HAB) and West Virginia University. The College of Education and Human Services’ Dr. Margaret Glenn, associate professor and coordinator of the Clinical Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counseling Program, has also joined the effort by researching the benefits of integrating service dogs into the workplace.
HAB operates their Hearts of Gold service dog program to breed, train and distribute service dogs to veterans who are living with the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder and/or mobility limitations as a result of their military service. In recent years, the Hearts of Gold Program has become imbedded into the fabric of WVU, and students have become involved in training service dogs for veterans in classes offered through the Davis College.
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