On Saturday at the Olathe Public Library R.E.A.D to a Dog program, Sebastian Mauquer, 8, reads “The Forever Dog” to 10-year-old Bullmastiff, Roxy. Roxy, and her owner Donna Amato, are a registered team from Pets for Life, a multi-faceted animal-assisted therapy organization.
On Saturday at the Olathe Public Library R.E.A.D to a Dog program, Sebastian Mauquer, 8, reads “The Forever Dog” to 10-year-old Bullmastiff, Roxy. Roxy, and her owner Donna Amato, are a registered team from Pets for Life, a multi-faceted animal-assisted therapy organization. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star
On Saturday at the Olathe Public Library R.E.A.D to a Dog program, Sebastian Mauquer, 8, reads “The Forever Dog” to 10-year-old Bullmastiff, Roxy. Roxy, and her owner Donna Amato, are a registered team from Pets for Life, a multi-faceted animal-assisted therapy organization. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star

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