The Salt Lake City Tribune | August 28, 2012 | By Justina Mccandless
Ten-year-old Carter Veldevere cannot ring a doorbell, pick up a pencil or open and close a door.
When Carter was 14 months old, he was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy type II, a degenerative disease that gradually disables muscle movement throughout the body.
He’s been on a waiting list for a service dog for four years. But on Tuesday, Carter’s classmates, teachers and friends and family celebrated the news that Milk-Bone and Smith’s Food and Drug Stores are sponsoring his request for a service dog from the non-profit Canine Assistants.
“I’m very excited for my dog,” Carter said. “It’ll be a great dog, and I can’t wait to get it.”
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