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    Service Dogs to Walk in Inaugural Paradei
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    January 17, 2013 8:55 PM
    After the public swearing-in of President Obama on Monday, thousands of people will line a 2.5 kilometer route through downtown Washington to enjoy the inaugural parade. Besides bands and dance troupes, some four-legged marchers will also take part. VOA’s Deborah Block tells us about the service dogs from Canine Companions for Independence.

    Service Dogs to Walk in Inaugural Parade

    Published January 17, 2013

    After the public swearing-in of President Obama on Monday, thousands of people will line a 2.5 kilometer route through downtown Washington to enjoy the inaugural parade. Besides bands and dance troupes, some four-legged marchers will also take part. VOA’s Deborah Block tells us about the service dogs from Canine Companions for Independence.


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