Student Creates Website that Matches Families With Shelter Dogs

An amazing 13-year-old student from Texas is doing her best to make sure every shelter dog in her area is not only adopted, but rescued by the right person or family.

Aiden Horwitz, an eighth-grade student at Austin Jewish Academy, came up with “Dog Do or Dog Don’t” to help others avoid pain she suffered years ago.

This brilliant young woman from Austin got her first dog, Roscoe, when she was just 5 years old, but her mother was allergic and they had to give the dog to a family friend.

“It was terrible having to give him to another family,” she told ABC News. “But I didn’t want to put him back in the shelter, either.”

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