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Non-Profit Helps Cool Down Dogs

Non-Profit Helps Cool Down Dogs

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(KSL News) -- A non-profit service organization is saying, no to "hot dogs!"

Gateway to Canine Partnerships pairs physically challenged individuals with trained assistance dogs, but an old, worn-out swamp cooler, combined with smoldering temperatures placed the center's disabled clients and their service dogs in danger.

Thanks to the generosity from another non-profit organization, the center received a "cool" donation. Rocky Mountain Gas Association donated a state-of-the-art air conditioning system to the center to battle the sweltering heat.

Officials from Gateway say they couldn't be more thrilled with the donation, which will help improve training conditions dramatically.

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