This lovely effort was started when teacher Leonard Venghaus taught his pupils about building houses to scale. Students from Marble Falls High School in Texas make dog houses and give them to shelters.
When one of the pupils suggested building dog homes, the teacher was impressed and agreed with him right away.
They started constructing these unique booths right away.
The students visited the ” Living Love Animal Rescue ” in Marble Falls, Texas, after a few sections, donated their colorful houses, and joined as volunteers, sharing their homes and loads of love with the neighborhood canines.
The effort of these kids, who have turned what they’ve learned in class into a fantastic help program, has pleasantly astonished the neighborhood.
Children at a California school contributed in a similar fashion a few months earlier by giving housing to dogs who had lost their homes in a wildfire.