This Dog Is Super Curious

Thanks to the Humane Society of Missouri, kids can practice their reading skills with their furry residents. Elementary school kids can have fun with their homework, and these shelter dogs can become a little less shy. 

This guy is really curious as to the ending of the story. Ryan Huntebrinker, left, Norah Huntebrinker and Makenna Klepacki read holiday stories to a Humane Society of Missouri shelter dog during the Deck the Howls event for the Shelter Buddies Reading Program. (source: ABCNews)

Appropriate Reading Material

Reading a book about dogs to a dog? Priceless! Caitlyn Huntebrinker reads holiday stories to a Humane Society of Missouri shelter dog during the Deck the Howls event for the Shelter Buddies Reading Program. (source: ABCNews)

The Excitement!

Both of these guys seems really excited! Ryan Huntebrinker reads holiday stories to a Humane Society of Missouri shelter dog during the Deck the Howls event for the Shelter Buddies Reading Program. (source: ABCNews)

Story Time is Relaxing

Not only do these dogs crave socialization, but they can also be full of anxiety in a new environment. (source: Care2 Healthy Living)

Grab a Hankie!

Tell me this doesn’t warm your heart! These kiddos reading to these shelter dogs is seriously everything. (source: ABCNews)

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7This Dog Is Super Curious

Thanks to the Humane Society of Missouri, kids can practice their reading skills with their furry residents. Elementary school kids can have fun with their homework, and these shelter dogs can become a little less shy. 

This guy is really curious as to the ending of the story. Ryan Huntebrinker, left, Norah Huntebrinker and Makenna Klepacki read holiday stories to a Humane Society of Missouri shelter dog during the Deck the Howls event for the Shelter Buddies Reading Program. (source: ABCNews)

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