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Monday, December 29, 2014
Cookie baking goes to the dogs
Jina Papadoniou/Herald
Ariel Maimon, 11, mixed dough to make dog treats at the Oceanside Public Library last week. Kids hand-made biscuits that were then donated to the local Ruff House Rescue shelter.

Oceanside teens gathered at the library on Oct. 16 to help animals in a unique way: baking them treats.

The kids worked to hand-make dog biscuits for stray and abandoned pets. After the treats were rolled, shaped and baked, they were boxed up and sent to Ruff House Rescue, a local animal shelter.

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