Yup, that’s a dog in the official school yearbook. And there’s a great reason for it.
According to AI.com, when Good Hope Middle School in Louisiana was putting together its yearbook, the school asked seventh-grader Seph Ware if he wanted to include his service dog, Presley, in the yearbook. Talk about a thoughtful gesture.
Seph has had a rare muscle disease called Duchenne muscular dystrophy for the past four years. To help Seph, Presley is always by his side.
So the next step was to get the perfect shot of Presley. Seph’s mom, Lori told AI.com, “Seph says that it took about 10 minutes to get Presley to look at the camera, and who knows how many shots.”