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Therapy animals help students work toward individual goals

Lisa Irish/The Daily Courier<br> 
Kayle Bennett, center, plays ball with Sage, a certified therapy dog, as Sage’s handler Jean Nichols, holds the main lead out of the picture. Betsy Haslam, a counselor at Prescott High School and Prescott Mile High Middle School looks on during a field trip to a handler’s home in late May.

Lisa Irish/The Daily Courier<br> Kayle Bennett, center, plays ball with Sage, a certified therapy dog, as Sage’s handler Jean Nichols, holds the main lead out of the picture. Betsy Haslam, a counselor at Prescott High School and Prescott Mile High Middle School looks on during a field trip to a handler’s home in late May.

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