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Albany Lions’s Club raises money for service dogs

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany Lion's Club members were out collecting donations in front of Pet Sense on Saturday.

They're raising money that will help train service dogs for the blind and visual impaired.

They raised about 200 dollars. People could also adopt dogs from the Terrell County shelter.

The owner of Pet Sense they want to help out, and support the community, and its animals.

“We support the community, we support animals, and always so as much as we can we support the animals, and people that are helping animals. That's what we are here for,” says store owner Gary Watson.

Lion's club members also took in used eye glasses. They focus on sight and hearing.

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