TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)- Students from a local school have a special visitor.
"Sulli" the service dog was brought to Pauline South Intermediate on Tuesday, January 8th, for young students to interact with inside the classroom.
"She just got certified as a therapy dog. It helps the kids build relationships and bond with the children here in our classroom," said Danae Mitchell, Para Educator at Pauline South.
"We really have fun when she's here," said student, Hunter Ewert.
"Sulli" the service dog is a Shit-Tzu-Poodle mix and will be able to keep coming to class for weeks to come.
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