Parkland Therapy Dogs Get Their Own Yearbook Page
This year's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School yearbook had a page dedicated to some very deserving good boys and girls. 14 therapy dogs who helped students and staff at MSD High School recover following last year's mass shooting at the school appeared in this year's edition of the yearbook.
"After the shooting we wanted that yearbook to be perfect and had to cover as much as possible. This year, we wanted to give proper representation of our school and who we are now without giving so much focus to what happened to us in the past. The therapy dogs are the one thing from last year that is permanent and positive," said 17-year-junior Caitlynn Tibbetts in an interview with BuzzFeed.
Including the therapy/service dogs in the yearbook is the best decision we’ve made so far like this one dog had a bowtie and my heart 😭💗💕 pic.twitter.com/ecP9X01wqD— natasha (@sighnatasha) October 4, 2018
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