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Orchard greets Martin Agee. As soon as the bow hits the strings, Orchard calms down. Photos provided by the ASPCA.

Soothing Victimized Dogs With Bach and Beethoven

Pro-musician Martin Agee brings his violin to the ASPCA to play the classics for dogs recovering from abuse

Martin Agee loves Bach and so does his two- and four-legged fans. The two-legged ones have heard him perform at Lincoln Center, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, the New York Chamber Symphony, American…

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Michele C. Hollow

Michele C. Hollow

I’m a journalist covering pets, wildlife, health, mental illness, and social justice.

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