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Grant Allows Dog Training Area for NashobaTech Veterinary Assisting Program

Veterinary Assisting staff and sophomores, and some of their furry friends, stand in front of the area that will become a dog-training area in the spring. Front row, from left, are Collette Dufresne (Chelmsford), Carli Cogliano (Chelmsford), Sophia O'Donoghue (Littleton), Hailey Murtagh (Townsend), Chloe Greenslade (West- ford), Kayleigh Pearson (Westford), Joanna DeSouza (Lowell) and Lily Lavigueur; and, back row, from left, Isabella Leonardo (Townsend), Ayva Parsons (Pepperell), Instructor Kate Hawkins, Alivia Ryan (Pepperell) and Savannah Albert (Pepperell).

 

Good dogs.

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