Injured Marine is still serving

  • Article by: JEFF STRICKLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 8, 2012 - 4:40 PM

After a grenade explosion, a Marine finds a new calling: Training assistance dogs to help others.

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gimpyguyOct. 8, 12 4:25 PM

Awesome! Thanks for all you do!

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MikeyMikeOct. 8, 12 6:18 PM

Danny, you are truly awesome and an inspiration for all of us. Thank you!

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shallan52Oct. 8, 12 8:18 PM

We are raising our fifth dog for Can Do Canines and know what a challenging and rewarding experience it can be and wish to thank Dan for his work with the final training of the dogs.

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LiberalOne46Oct. 9, 12 8:37 AM

What a wonderful story. It is too bad these beautiful dogs can't live to be 50 so that all their training and love would last longer. Danny is a hero.

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kathelawOct. 9, 12 5:17 PM

Thank you isn't enough. The dog you helped train is coming to live with & help me in my life starting tomorrow (10/10/12). I have been working with her to train us both as a team & now we start our journey together. She will be a wonderful addition to my family & her help will be invaluable. I am so excited to start our lives together with both love & respect.

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