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August 11, 2017
The dog "Petey" at MS 88 middle school in the neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York, U.S., August 10,...
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The dog "Petey" at MS 88 middle school in the neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York
The dog "Petey" at MS 88 middle school in the neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York, U.S., August 10, 2017. When distressed students at MS 88 middle school in Brooklyn end up at the principal's office, Petey Parker often totters in, tail wagging, to comfort them. The rescued shih tzu mix is the darling of about 1,400 students who call out his name and lean over to pet him if they're having a bad day. "He's like a guidance counselor but in a dog form," said Maciel, an 8th grader at MS 88, donning a Principal's council t-shirt with an image of Petey's face printed on it. Petey joined the MS 88 community last December as one of the first participants in the Comfort Dog program, which is expanding to 30 more New York schools this fall after a pilot of seven last year. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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