Puppies help boys and girls at 2 Md. detention centers

LAUREL –– When visitors and staff members walk through the front door of Thomas J.S. Waxter Children’s Center, they’re greeted by sign-in sheets, hand-held metal detectors and, now, a bouncing, fluffy yellow pup named Clay. Affectionately described by staff as Waxter’s “welcoming committee,” he is a 20-week-old Miniature Goldendoodle. Clay and an 8-month-old Bernedoodle, Bayr, tend ...

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