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Wednesday, March 21, 2012
The Knobloch's solution was to adopt Mr. Gibbs, a golden doodle trained as a service animal. Mr. Gibbs wears a special harness that carries Alida's oxygen tank and he stays beside the active toddler during the day - running, swinging, sliding, and wrestling. At night, Alida is hooked up to a stable tank and Mr. Gibbs gets a well-deserved break.
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