Hudson the Railroad Puppy makes visit to Glebe Street school

Hudson the Railroad Puppy, who has a prosthetic foot, made a visit to Glebe Street School on Monday to deliver a message of inclusion. (The Leader-Herald/Bill Trojan)

Hudson the Railroad Puppy, the American Humane Association’s Hero Dog of the Year, visited Glebe Street Elementary School in Johnstown on Monday to spread a message of inclusion and acceptance. Hudson’s fame began with tragedy when he was found nailed to a railroad track in Albany. He was discovered, saved and fitted with a prosthetic. Along with his handler Richard Nash, pictured below with students, Hudson delivered a lesson in appreciating and respecting differences in others. Hudson is a certified therapy dog who shares his story and spreads his message across the Capital Region.

By Chad Fleck

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