Service dogs honored with their own pictures in high school yearbook
Last year, a seventh grader's service dog was featured in her middle school's yearbook in San Antonio, Texas, and this year, a high school in Minnesota followed suit. Blaine High School in Minnesota recently honored two service dogs who work with teachers at the school. One of the dogs works with a hearing impaired teacher to help teach American Sign Language, and the other dog works with students in a special education classroom. While dogs Dakota and Carmel have very different jobs, both of them have become a very important and unique part of the school's community.
The high school's yearbook advisor told KARE 11 News that "the dogs bridge the different populations at the school and make everyone smile."
A student at Blaine High School initially shared the photo on Tumblr, and we couldn't help but love how poised and proud the dogs look in their yearbook photos.
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