Glen Ellyn teen provides canine companions for people with disabilities
GLEN ELLYN – When Morgan Riley was in third grade, she learned about Canine Companions for Independence.
She knew someone else in Glen Ellyn who trained service dogs, and the more she heard about the program, the more it interested her.
Morgan began to help with the dog training, eventually receiving her own dog to work with when she was in fifth grade. Since then, Morgan has been hard at work, getting dogs ready to serve as companions for people with disabilities.
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