Togs for Dogs day

Hubbard, Ben
March 2004
Education (14637073);3/12/2004, Issue 135, p3
Reports on the demonstration of deaf awareness and deaf communication tactics at the Togs for Dogs Day 2004 in Great Britain on June 4. Donation for the Hearing Dogs for Deaf People charity; Content of the schools information pack.


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