We’ve heard from many members of the MS community that service or therapy dogs can provide incredible comfort to patients and their families. From helping with mobility to reducing anxiety, these sensitive and specially trained animals are sometimes exactly what the doctor ordered.
Click here to check out our conversation with 45-year-old Karin, who’s been living with MS for three years. Karin says her service dog has changed her life. Click here to find out how!
Do you have a service dog? If so, what’s his/her name? How has he/she impacted your life? If you don’t have a service animal, is this something you’re considering for the future?
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