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Fetch therapy

Paul Conrad/The Aspen TimesAfter retrieving a ball Tuesday, Bear, 8, swims in the Fryingpan River near its confluence with the Roaring Fork River in Basalt. Owner Laura Guion, of Old Snowmass, says swimming in the calm part of rivers is Bear's physical therapy. "He hurt his paw and swimming is easier for him," she explained.
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