Department of Corrections looks to expand Berlin comfort dog program

The Department of Corrections hopes to expand its comfort dog program for frontline staff. Lt. Michael Wedge and his dog Riley are based in the Berlin prison. (COURTESY PHOTO)

Annmarie Timmins

N.H. Bulletin

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Ravine

I like this idea. It is good.

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