Newtown Residents Thank Comfort Canines

2013.06.22 - Newtown, CT - Joshua Rosen, 8, of Newtown, pets Bocker, a Labradoodle at the Newtown Municipal Center Saturday.  The event was a thank you from the town to those therapy dog services that have helped residents of Newtown and Sandy Hook after December's tragic shooting. Photo by BRAD HORRIGAN | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.06.22 – Newtown, CT – Joshua Rosen, 8, of Newtown, pets Bocker, a Labradoodle at the Newtown Municipal Center Saturday. The event was a thank you from the town to those therapy dog services that have helped residents of Newtown and Sandy Hook after December’s tragic shooting. Photo by BRAD HORRIGAN | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.06.22 - Newtown, CT - A letter written to one of the pet therapy services. Photo by BRAD HORRIGAN | bhorrigan@courant.com An event Saturday at the Newtown Municipal Center served as a thank you from the town to those therapy dog services that have helped residents of Newtown and Sandy Hook after December's tragic shooting. Photo by BRAD HORRIGAN | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.06.22 – Newtown, CT – A letter written to one of the pet therapy services. Photo by BRAD HORRIGAN | bhorrigan@courant.com An event Saturday at the Newtown Municipal Center served as a thank you from the town to those therapy dog services that have helped residents of Newtown and Sandy Hook after December’s tragic shooting. Photo by BRAD HORRIGAN | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.06.22 - Newtown, CT - Newtown's Max Wrage, 11,  gets a lick from a Newfoundland dog at the Newtown Municipal Center Saturday.  The event was a thank you from the town to those therapy dog services that have helped residents of Newtown and Sandy Hook after December's tragic shooting. Photo by BRAD HORRIGAN | bhorrigan@courant.com

2013.06.22 – Newtown, CT – Newtown’s Max Wrage, 11, gets a lick from a Newfoundland dog at the Newtown Municipal Center Saturday. The event was a thank you from the town to those therapy dog services that have helped residents of Newtown and Sandy Hook after December’s tragic shooting. Photo by BRAD HORRIGAN | bhorrigan@courant.com

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