Stuff like this always gets the tears flowing. While honoring U.S. Army veteran and Sergeant 1st Class Luciano Yulfo on Wednesday night, the New York Knicks surprised him with a service dog. Sgt. Yulfo had been on the waiting list for a service dog for 18 months. And feelings...

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It's a great story, but I didn't come close to crying
Reply53 months
More stuff like this and less of Johnny Football being a douche bag
Reply53 months
As the parent of a veteran (combat nurse) who currently has a service dog, this pulls at the heart strings. (Larry ='s Winner)
Reply53 months
As a woman who spends a LOT of time on this site, I am also shocked there was no mention of the hot daughter lol
Reply53 months
Didn't even notice when watching. Going to watch it again now, good looking out!
53 months
I've been so disgusted seeing all these idiots kneeling for the National Anthem, this is so refreshing!
Reply53 months
Why would I cry? Don't get it.
Reply53 months
What is the service dog for?
Reply53 months
Service dogs are specially trained to help those who suffer for PTSD, depression, etc
53 months
I'm being dead honest. We need more videos like this here on TD.com. Probably in general around the internet too but y'all can't control that. Best way to become better as humans is to be better humans. This video shows us doing just that. Man, that's awesome! Kudos to the Knicks!!!
Reply53 months
Agreed. I felt like I needed this one.
53 months
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Absolutely, all of us can get behind this.
53 months
who is cutting onions around here......
Reply53 months
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