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 liter of puppies without a home. 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 n Texas. She’s now written a book about her class’s legacy. Inside Edition Digital’s Leigh Scheps has more.