Boy’s service dog gets photo in school yearbook

CREDIT: Todd Walker, Facebook

WEST MONROE, La. (WCMH)–A seventh-grader’s service dog got a special honor this year from a Louisiana middle school.

Seph Ware has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a progressive disorder that causes muscle weakness and makes everyday tasks more difficult. His service dog, Presley, got a photo in the yearbook alongside him this year.

Presley has accompanied the 14-year-old at school and at home for the past four years.

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