Great career coming to a close for Janesville therapy dog
July 2, 2017
JANESVILLE, Wis. (AP) — Nahla was an extraordinary educator.
True, she drooled more than other teachers and often let her tongue just loll out of her mouth, The Janesville Gazette (http://bit.ly/2sSidp2 ) reported.
But she also allowed students to lean against her and stroke her ears. Some of them tried to ride on her back, and once a kid performed an impromptu dental inspection on her back molars.
She never complained.
This month, Nahla the therapy dog will retire from service. Her handler, Kathy White, an assistive technology specialist for the Janesville School District, will continue...