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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Multiple sclerosis can be isolating. Rambler the dog is changing that for one Kingsburg man Read more here:


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Rambler the service dog can do a lot – open elevator doors, turn on lights, pull people in wheelchairs – but it’s a far simpler skill – kissing – that his humans love best of all.
Multiple sclerosis has left Morten Johnson defenseless against these slobbery sieges, but the Kingsburg man doesn’t mind.
“He’s like an answer to prayers,” Johnson said of the black Labrador and golden retriever mix. “He’s mine, and he accepts me for what I am and doesn’t judge me.”

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