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Sadie Our School Therapy Dog Needs a Kennel!
Help me give my students a dog crate and dog food for Sadie, our school therapy dog!
I teach in a small school district. My students are 7 and 8 years old. I average between 18-23 students each year. We are a low-income district with over 65% of our students qualifying for free and reduced-price lunches. We also have a high ELL population in our area. Every year, we see more and more students who have suffered a great deal of trauma, struggle with self-regulation, and have difficulties controlling their emotions.
Sadie the Goldendoodle, my personal pet, and our future social and emotional support therapy dog for my classroom and Preschool-2nd grade students, need an XL wire kennel to use at school.
My personal pet, Sadie, is currently being trained to be a school therapy dog at the elementary school that I teach at. There has been great research for having a therapy dog in school!
I am needing an XL dog kennel for her to use while she's at school.
She will get to be out and about in the classroom most of the time, but I always want her to have a safe break time place she can retreat too when needed. I'm always wanting to get her a bag of food to use while she's at school.
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