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Meet, "Hogan," the very best black labrador, from America’s VetDogs. Governor Larry Hogan was introduced to the newest assistance dog "in training" at the State House in Annapolis. Named as a surprise tribute to the state’s commitment to helping wounded veterans, "Hogan’"is currently being trained by incarcerated individuals at the Maryland Correctional Institution-Hagerstown as part of an innovative partnership between America’s VetDogs and the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS). The newest VetDog-in-training will learn more than 100 commands in order to one day work as a service dog for a disabled veteran.

In addition to ‘Hogan’ the VetDog, the governor was also joined at the State House by DPSCS Secretary Robert Green, America’s VetDogs CEO John Miller, and Officer Mark Clevenger, who oversees the VetDogs program at the Maryland Correctional Institution-Hagerstown.


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