Denise Anderson, left, and Gail Keener do water therapy with Anderson's dachsund Riley at her Baxter Village home.
Denise Anderson, left, and Gail Keener do water therapy with Anderson's dachsund Riley at her Baxter Village home.
Denise Anderson, left, and Gail Keener do water therapy with Anderson's dachsund Riley at her Baxter Village home.

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August 05, 2007 12:18 AM

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