Students in the Vacaville area of California are getting some help from two doggos. Accordingly, the dogs help them read better during story time.
– Two dogs can help children study better.
– The dogs listen to students tell their stories.
– The students reportedly feel…
The two dogs are named Obadiah and Julianna. The latter is a guide dog in training. The teacher of the students used to bring her doggo Elko, a black Labrador retriever to school before the pandemic. However, Elko died because of cancer. That is why the teacher now has two doggos who can do the former job of Elko. The children are reportedly happy that these two get to listen to them because most of them get nervous when they read in front of people.
Students also like interacting with the animals even though it is only through online calls. The students reportedly give the doggos air hugs or air pats on their heads. One student said, “It makes me feel happy.”
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