From Cross to Kobe | The Canine Assisted Intervention Program

Meet Steve and Rhonda Murphy, whose belief in the canine-human connection helped launch the Canine Assisted Intervention (CAI) program at Rogers Behavioral Health, thanks to their “Paws Against Pain” fundraising initiative in partnership with Rogers Foundation. Get to know Cross, the dog that started it all as well as Kobe, Rogers’ first four-legged employee who has “taken the leash” in propelling CAI to the next level at our Oconomowoc campus.

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