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Holiday Perspective

Holiday thoughts from an HFP client that serves as a dog trainer: "At a time like this brightness is appreciated. Being dog handler is always a bright spot, but right now so many of the homes across a nearby farmer's field have their Christmas lights up. Makes taking the puppy out at 5:00AM totally worth it for that moment of peace."

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