Dozer goes to school: Northwood students read to canine celeb

Published: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 11:02 AM.

I had waffles for breakfast," Jonas said. "I think he smells them on me."

Seth Smith, also a second-grader, was impressed that he and Dozer can see eye-to-eye.

"If he stands up on his (hind) legs, he'll be taller than a person," Seth said.

Reading to Dozer was fun for many reasons, particularly since the dog doesn't correct a mispronunciation; nor does he mind if the reader skips a hard word.

Plus, there's the slobber factor, second-grader Isabelle Cooper said.

"He's not one of those dogs that would come up licking your face," she said.

School visits were in the works for quite some time, the dog's owner said.

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