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Man in Recovery Who Had to Give Up His Dog Has Emotional Moment With Therapy Dog

Andy, who was forced to give up his large-breed dog due to his failing health, was just returning home after a three-month stay in a nursing home following multiple back surgeries when he spotted Sherman the Therapy Dog's head poked out a car window in a traffic jam. Because Sherman's family had their phone number displayed on their Suburban, Andy, who was a few cars away, gave the number a call and informed Sherman's family of his situation.
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