Roger Dawley, right, gets a big lick as he is greeted by Gabby the therapy dog while Gabby’s handler Michelle Hudson looks on at left at the Gateway Clubhouse where people with brain injuries meet in Garner, N.C., on Sept. 3, 2015.
Roger Dawley, right, gets a big lick as he is greeted by Gabby the therapy dog while Gabby’s handler Michelle Hudson looks on at left at the Gateway Clubhouse where people with brain injuries meet in Garner, N.C., on Sept. 3, 2015. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Roger Dawley, right, gets a big lick as he is greeted by Gabby the therapy dog while Gabby’s handler Michelle Hudson looks on at left at the Gateway Clubhouse where people with brain injuries meet in Garner, N.C., on Sept. 3, 2015. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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