Education Officer, Eva, was honoured to have a song sung about her bestest toy dog friend 'Rusty' this morning, following another insightful 'Dog Safety' talk at a School in North Sydney.
The students were quick to pick up on what was the safest way to interact with our canine companions and with the guidance of their super-supportive teachers, couldn't be tricked when Eva asked them a few random questions.
The students were already fans of RSPCA as evidenced by their ownership of the complete collection of RSPCA Tales - the picture books! They expressed their outrage following a recent reading of 'Rose gets respect', exclaiming that they would never do anything like that!
Smart students, terrific teachers, RSPCA readings and a catchy chorus - what more could we ask for!
And how did the song go you ask? Like this ofcourse...
"There was a woman who had a dog and Rusty was his name oh!"
"And Rusty was his name oh!"
|"I like the sound of that!"|