HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. — A golden retriever from Hasbrouck Heights is only five years old but has already made quite an impact on the planet.
Liberty, a Mickey’s Kids Charitable Foundation service dog, has been ranked No. 6 on Milk-Bone's annual list of top 10 dogs who changed the world.
Her reward? A baseball-style card listing her photos and skills, her profile on Milk-Bone’s social media platforms and one year’s supply of Milk-Bones.
Proud parents Tom and Michele Meli received Liberty from their organization’s Georgia beneficiary, Canine Assistants, which trains and provides service dogs for people with disabilities in the United States.
Liberty, who rarely barks, travels to schools, hospitals and nursing homes with her brother, Axle, raising awareness toward Mickey’s Kids.
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