This is a dog with quite a tale.
America’s highest court has sided with a teenage girl with cerebral palsy who has spent years fighting school officials for the right to bring her service dog to class.
The parents of Ehlena Fry, 13, from Michigan, have for years been involved in an on-and-off battle with officials to allow her to take her dog, Wonder, a cross between a golden retriever and a poodle and nicknamed a goldendoodle, to class with her.
The girl’s parents originally sought to allow her to use Wonder when she started kindergarten and was suffering from severe mobility problems. Wonder was specially trained to help open doors, pick up items and give Ehlena a measure of independence, the Associated Press said.
But her school district, 75 miles southwest of Detroit, initially said Wonder could not accompany her and insisted instead that adult aides could help Ehlena. 
School officials later relented to …