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Schoharie students find inspiration from Buckles the dog

Buckles brings a set of keys to Schoharie first-grader Jacob Borst during a demonstration the first week of school. (Gazette photo by Edward Munger Jr.)
Buckles brings a set of keys to Schoharie first-grader Jacob Borst during a demonstration the first week of school. (Gazette photo by Edward Munger Jr.)
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Ethan Kennedy’s face lit up when he arrived in Linda Nevulis’ office at the Schoharie Central School the first week of classes. The second-grader was excited to see the school’s newest staff member — Buckles, a “social therapeutic classroom assistance dog” — that arrived at the school district in July. Trained by the Princeton, Mass., based National Education for Assistance Dog Services, or NEADS, Buckles is a 2-year-old golden retriever awarded to the school as ...

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