His eyes concealed behind dark sunglasses, Chris Goehner walks into a restaurant in Washington, D.C., shadowed by his service dog, Pelé. When Chris sits, the large, sunny-coated retriever curls up on top of his feet. The restaurant employees notice Pelé and assume that Chris cannot see—until they spy him typing text messages on his cell phone.
By Alyson R. Quinn
October 11, 2010Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder | Puppies Behind Bars | Service Dogs | Veterans