Hockey Team Training Puppy to be Autism Service Dog

A puppy will be joining the New York Rangers hockey team for a full year to learn some special skills he’s going to need to become a professional service dog for a child with autism.

The puppy -- named Ranger -- will be a partner with the team to raise awareness for the challenges of autism and the importance of service dogs.

The team even released some important facts about Ranger. His pre-game treat is peanut butter. He’s learning to handle pucks, and he makes his way to the stadium on the subway -- all steps along the way toward fulfilling his mission as an official service dog. 

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