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Dentist Trains Emotional Support Dog to Ease Patient Anxiety 

To find out more about how to ensure the successful introduction of a therapy dog into practice, read “Introducing a Therapy Dog Into Practice” at DecisionsInDentistry.com.

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Christopher Bartels, DDS, recently trained his dog, Lucy, to serve as a support animal at Tipton Lakes Family Dentists in Columbus, Indiana. According to a story published by The Republic, Lucy spends 20 to 25 hours in the dental office helping kids and adults who have anxiety or fear of the dentist.

To find out more about how to ensure the successful introduction of a therapy dog into practice, read “Introducing a Therapy Dog Into Practice” at DecisionsInDentistry.com.

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