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"I was able to fucntion, I was able to go out in public and not have a panic attack which was something I couldn't do before I had Jane. Going to the mall on a Sunday, I would burst into tears, but with Jane I could go and have fun" -- Sofia
Dogs who work for people with disabilities can do much more than act as a set of eyes. Reporter Haleema Shah joined Morning AMp hosts Brian Babylon and Molly Adams to look at the ways dogs provide emotional support, helping people who live with depression, anxiety, and PTSD.