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Al Thomas and his service dog, Jesse, walk side-by-side through the college's collision-repair facilities.
Al Thomas and his service dog, Jesse, walk side-by-side through the college’s collision-repair facilities.
A working dog at heart, on weekends, Jesse lets Thomas know he wants to don his service cape and head to campus.
A working dog at heart, on weekends, Jesse lets Thomas know he wants to don his service cape and head to campus.

From the Fall 2013 issue of One College Avenue magazine: A vigilant – and calming – addition to the collision repair lab, post-traumatic stress disorder service dog Jesse has his master’s back.

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