About 150 Primrose School of Lakewood Ranch students donated more than 300 items to the Honor Sanctuary during the school’s recent Precious Pets program.
Each classroom adopted a dog or cat from the Honor Sanctuary’s website. Every day, the children learned different things about their classroom pet such as safety, nutrition, grooming and exercise. While the children were busy learning, Primrose collected donations from the parents for pet food and supplies.
For more information, visit www.primroseschools.com.
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