Therapy dog helps Greenwood students become better readers



Dogs have long been considered as man’s best friend, a part of families and working for the needs of others over many generations. From military and police dogs to service dogs for the blind and therapy dogs, dogs have provided an invaluable service to the people they serve.
At the Greenwood Elementary School, a dog and his owner are continuing the legacy of service dogs providing for others, helping the young students in developing their reading skills. Bently, a 3-year-old Australian Labradoodle, has been the reading companion to students from first to sixth grade at the school for the past three weeks as part of a new reading program introduced to Greenwood.

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