Pet therapy brings joy to residents of Jefferson's Ferry retirement home

Twice a month, dogs are brought to The

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Twice a month, dogs are brought to The Vincent Bove Health Center at Jefferson's Ferry as part of their pet therapy program that helps bring joy to many residents. Save-a-Pet rescue shelter in Port Jefferson Station coordinates the visits of the four-legged friends to the assisted living home in Setauket. (Credit: Johnny Milano)

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