Kids in Action
After our pilot program at Northwoods (winter 2015):
One student proudly told us: “My dad took our dog to our vet and we got her spayed!”
A parent got a microchip for their family’s dog after the dog slipped out from its collar and got loose. The parent was convinced they did not need a microchip because the dog “is with us at all times.” The daughter who had taken our class kept insisting they needed to get a microchip and get it registered!
A student told his sister, “No, you cannot just run up to a dog and touch it. You don’t run and you have to ask for permission before petting a dog.”