Grateful Parkland students honor their therapy dogs with heartwarming yearbook page
Surviving students from the Parkland's shootings have honored the therapy dogs that have helped them through the traumatic time with their very own yearbook page.
The 14 capable canines of a range of different breeds, made their appearance in the Aerie Yearbook for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where a 19-year-old former student opened fire in February 2018, killing 17 students and teachers, and injuring 17 others.
But the likes of Gail Policella, Sophie Levy, Annie Sultenfuss, River Haneski and Grace Goodwill are all doing their best to help the students through the horrors they witnessed last year, but Schooner Davis stole the show with his adorable little bow tie.
Look at him. Just look at him!
People who found out about the yearbook were touched, but the reality of the dogs' necessity at the school was not lost on some tweeters, with some lamenting the fact that therapy dogs at a school due to a school shooting was such a bizarre situation to be in.
All the same, while the scars from the Parkland Shooting last year may take a long time to heal, these 14 dogs are doing their level best to soothe the pain of the students and staff involved - as well as our pain as well.