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ORANGE CITY, Fla. (CBS) — A service dog is honored at an elementary school in Florida.

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The teacher and students at Orange City Elementary love Linda, a service dog, so much that they put her picture in their yearbook.

Linda is a therapy companion for 11-year-old Rachel.

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Rachel’s teacher says Linda has become like another student and decided to include her as a part of the class.

Rachel’s mom, Heidi Race, says Linda loves helping all of the kids.

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“She will be there to help with texts when the kids start to get a little anxious or nervous. She kind of picks up on it,” said Race.

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The school also awarded Linda with her very own faculty badge and a plaque to thank her for her service.