Dad and His 10-Year-Old Build a "Stick Library" For Local Dogs



The quarantine found people scrambling to keep themselves busy and productive, but one man and his son lifted each other’s spirits by doing something creative that was also a good deed. David Carter and his 10-year-old son Jeremiah decided to give back to their 2-year-old Goldendoodle named Nala and other dogs in the neighborhood by building a stick library. There are no “late fees” and new sticks arrive every week. The best part about the stick library is there are no return policies. The father-and-son duo plan to open more branches with more advanced services such as lost and found and ball sections.