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Dogs and veterans of war make friends with her help

By Michael Tsai

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 24, 2013

~~<p>A psychologist, a soldier and a dog walk into a Mexican restaurant, but you needn't bother waiting for a punch line. Shannon Curry and her colleagues at the Hawaii Canine Assistance Network deal strictly with happy endings.</p>
<p>As head of Hawaii CAN's public access program, Curry, a clinical psychologist, works with returned soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or brain injury to train future service dogs.</p>
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A psychologist, a soldier and a dog walk into a Mexican restaurant, but you needn't bother waiting for a punch line. Shannon Curry and her colleagues at the Hawaii Canine Assistance Network deal strictly with happy endings.

As head of Hawaii CAN's public access program, Curry, a clinical psychologist, works with returned soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or brain injury to train future service dogs. Login for more...



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