“I just love dogs-how could you not?” said Ultan Connolly during a late Summer afternoon stroll with one of his clients.
Bonnie, a black Labrador, vigorously wags her tail in agreement and proceeds to lead the way through a sun streaked path in a woods just south of Boston. Ultan leans in, whispers a command and Bonnie immediately sits appearing to revel in the attention of the 48-year old Dedham resident whose speech reflects more than a hint of his native Galway.
Although Bonnie is not Ultan’s dog, he treats the 7- year old pooch as if she were part of his own family.
The affection, clearly genuine, is unabashedly reciprocated by his canine companion in the form of licks, jumps and more wagging.
“Not a bad day at the office,” he says with a smile against the bucolic backdrop.
Amid the sound of chirping birds, Ultan gently pats Bonnie…
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