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  • Here's why a Lowcountry veteran met her new pup on The Today Show

    A Charleston veteran is the new owner of the Today Show's "puppy with a purpose." The veteran, Stacy Pearsall, met her service dog live on the show Thursday morning. Pearsall is a retired, award-winning combat photographer now known for her "Veterans Portrait Project."

Here's why a Lowcountry veteran met her new pup on The Today Show

A Charleston veteran is the new owner of the Today Show's "puppy with a purpose." The veteran, Stacy Pearsall, met her service dog live on the show Thursday morning. Pearsall is a retired, award-winning combat photographer now known for her "Veterans Portrait Project."
Ashley Jean Reese/areese@islandpacket.com today.com