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After he was turned down for work as a service dog, a golden retriever Lab mix got an even better gig. The dog was adopted by a Long Island, New York, family and became an artist known as DogVinci. DogVinci's primary medium is abstract painting, and the soulful 6-year-old visits schools, libraries and community centers. DogVinci's owner, Yyonne Dagger, told InsideEdition.com that "he's got a wonderful personality, he's got a wonderful demeanor."
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