The Biscuit Diaries

DAY 386, Thursday, 3/28/13

March 28th 2013 7:32 pm
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Recently, one of the employees at the office introduced me to another employee as Bob’s “therapy dog.” Bob started to correct her by saying that I’m actually his service dog. A service dog, as the name implies, is one that actually performs specific services for a person with a disability, while a therapy dog is one that visits nursing homes, hospitals, and other places to cheer up the residents or patients. Before Bob could speak up, though, I pointed out to him that while I am, indeed, his service dog, I am, in effect, a therapy dog for everyone else in the office because I cheer them up every time they see me. He had to admit that I was right about that.

 
 

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