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Texas 4th Graders Pave the Way for 20,000 Rescued Animals to Find Loving Homes

A group of kids led the way to rescue thousands of dogs. It all began when the fourth-grade class in Dalhart, Texas, were determined to save a neglected litter of puppies without homes. Elementary school teacher Diane Trull organized the effort back in 2003. 17 years later, some of her students still help volunteer at the shelter called DAWGS in Texas. She’s now written a book about her class’s legacy. Inside Edition Digital’s Leigh Scheps has more.

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