Thursday, Apr 24, 2014
School starts ‘doggie day care’ for vet assisting course
Sophomore Rebecca Spencer, left, and junior April Garcia bathe Carlos the poodle Wednesday as part of the doggy day care program for Sebring High School’s veterinary assisting students. The day care program is open to faculty and staff to bring their dogs in for the day.

— Rebecca Spencer eventually wants to become a veterinarian, and being certified as a vet assistant when she graduates high school fits perfectly with...

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