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Monday, May 12, 2014

Md. Man Writes Song Dedicated To His Service Dog-in-training

WASHINGTON - A local man penned a song for dogs and it's helping veterans in need.

Brendan Biondi, of Ellicott City, Md., and his girlfriend volunteered to train a Hero Dog, which will eventually be paired with a disabled or injured vet.

"What hero dogs does, is they raise, train and place service dogs with disabled or injured veterans," Biondi said. "So we joined up with them and we have been raising our puppy, Calvin, for a little over a year now."

Biondi had never had a dog, and the experience of being with Calvin every day had a major impact on him.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

And dogs don't have the ridiculous mood swings like a person has.They're always glad to to see you and forgive you immediately.They come in all colors and never cry racism.We could learn a few tricks from THEM.