In December Glebe students enjoyed a visit from certified therapy dog Hudson and his handler, Mr. Richard Nash. Hudson, who was abandoned on railroad tracks in Albany as a puppy, is fitted with a prosthetic back paw and helps to spread a message of accepting differences in others.
In January it was learned that the joints in Hudson’s non-prosthetic leg have deteriorated and the four year old dog now needs a cart to help him walk. During their Great Kindness Challenge, Glebe students contributed to a coin drive to help raise funds for their “wooftastic” friend and sent him well wishes. Hudson can be seen opening his mail from the students in the photos below.