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Video: Friendly paws visit Reagan patients

By Eldrin Masangkay, Susan Sath, Miranda Davies, , and Kevin Lee

Feb. 6, 2014 12:00 a.m.

Ellen Morrow, a volunteer for UCLA’s People-Animal Connection (PAC) Program, and her golden doodle, Charley, are one of many pet-and-owner duos who go to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center every two weeks to brighten up a patient’s day. Since its establishment in 1994, PAC aims to enhance physical healing and emotional well-being through the instinctive bond dogs have with patients of all backgrounds.The therapy program operates at both the Westwood and Santa Monica UCLA medical centers.

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