One of the many skills a service dog may be trained to do could classify them as ?Listening Dogs,? but the benefits of reading to dogs is not just for the children. These dogs also love the time they get to spend with the children, making it a mutually beneficial relationship that is cherished by both the child and the dog. Reading can be difficult for many children and reading out loud to a classroom full of kids can be intimidating. When a child reads to a dog, they can do no wrong. The dog will not correct them or laugh at them but will give endless support and love. These ?Listening Dogs? help children to gain the self-confidence they need to succeed in reading through their patience and great listening.
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