The Sallisaw High School Family and Consumer Sciences class recently delivered 17 dozen home-baked doggie treats to the Sallisaw Animal Shelter.
Animal Control Officer Randy Freeman explained, “Dulayna Folsom-Murray asked her high school Family and Consumer Sciences class what they wanted to bake. They all said, ‘Dog biscuits!’ So they baked 17 dozen doggie treats, loaded up on the school bus and headed to the facility.”
When the 29 high school students arrived, they were greeted by Freeman, Lewis Brown, Ro Poindexter and all the dogs. They received information about the facility and then went on a tour.
“We are not sure who was more excited,” Freeman said. “The dogs receiving the treats or the students handing them out. We thank you all so much for thinking of our dogs. Good work teacher and students!”
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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