We help you LOVE better together in a free Read to Your Own Rex Program

Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills

13303 W. Maple, Suite 143
Wichita, KS 67235

(316)729-7400

www.loveictvet.com

Read to Your Own Rex - Animal Hospital

at Auburn Hills

 

Jax reads to Bumblebee Kitty and Ella reads to Sammy in Read To Your Own Rex by Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills in Wichita, KS

 

Read together * Log your books * Win prizes

What is the Read to Your Own Rex Program?

The program is simple.

Read at least 5 books to your own pet in your own home on your own schedule to win prizes.

Log your book titles on our reading log and you can win prizes in our annual summer reading program. 

 

June 1 to July 31, annually.

Registration begins in May.

 

Simply read at least five books aloud to your own pet - Rex or Bella or Whiskers - and return your reading log for prizes at Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills. Your pet can be a dog, a cat, a fish, a turtle or any other living creature. 

 

Why do it?

Kids who do not read over the summer will lose more than two months of reading achievement - often dubbed the "summer slide" by literacy experts.

By the end of 6th grade, kids who lose reading skills over multiple summers could be two years behind their classmates, according to Reading is Fundamental.

Read to Your Own Rex can help!

Pets are great listeners.

Even if they can't understand the story - pets understand the bonding.

 

Who can participate?

* Children 12 years old and younger

* Clients, non-clients

* Pet owners, non-pet owners (read to your friend's pet!)

 

Ready, Set, Read!

* Register beginning in May at Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills, 13303 W. Maple, (135th & Maple) and pick up your reading log.

* Read at least five books aloud to your pet. Ideally, the books should be at the child's reading level.

* Return log to pick up prizes.

* Logs must be received by the first week in August to be eligible for prizes.

 

 

Jax reads to Bumblebee Kitty and Xander reads to Kirk in the annual Read to Your Own Rex program by Animal Hospital at Auburn Hills in Wichita, KS