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So Minnesota: Wild's new mascot dog 'Breezer' will help veteran

Updated: September 13, 2019 08:43 PM

There's a new member on the Minnesota Wild's roster this season, and he has four legs!

The Wild's new mascot is a dog called Breezer.  

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The 6-month-old Labrador Retriever went from rescue dog to mascot.

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"He'll be at most of the games and many practices and events that we hold," Wild President Matt Majka said. "Breezer I'm sure is going to be a mainstay around our entire organization."

The dog will be with team for the next year, then Breezer will leave the organization to serve those who served our nation and become a comfort dog for a veteran with PTSD.

"It's really fun to have a dog around the office," Majka??????? said. "We really get a lot of joy out of that, but the purpose of Breezer long-term is more important than that."

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