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Princeton Profiles: Camden Olson, training service dogs to change lives

March 27th, 2017
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Camden Olson didn't have a pet dog growing up, but when she was 7 years old, she realized her passion for training service dogs. The sophomore ecology and evolutionary biology major wants to dedicate her career to helping those with disabilities by raising and training service dogs.

"My career path is that I want to work with service dogs, to be able to communicate with an animal and to teach that animal to literally save someone's life on a regular basis," said Olson, who is also receiving a certificate in cognitive science. "When I work with a dog, I just feel like I have a purpose."

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