Minnesota woman finds comfort in therapy dog
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Before Casey came along, Pam Hermann wasn’t a fan of public places.
A simple grocery store visit — with people rushing past, loud noises and unfamiliar objects in her way — could induce panic.
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