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#bNice: 8th Grader Creates Website To Boost Dog Adoptions

An 8th-grade student from Texas has come up with a great way to help dogs get adopted.

According to Good News Network, 13-year old Aiden Horwitz created a website called "Dog Do or Dog Don't" that pairs shelter dogs with potential adopters. To find the perfect match, the site has a survey that's filled out by the would-be adopters with questions like whether they have kids, what they can provide for a dog, living circumstances, etc. Once the survey is completed, the site provides a list of potential matches of dogs from an Austin pet rescue group. The idea started as a school project. Way to go Aiden!

What a great way to #bNice!