In Saskatoon, Canada, one family has come up with a fun way to bring joy to dogs this winter. It all started when David Carter was looking for ways to keep his 10-year-old son Jeremiah busy during the pandemic. The family collected some scrap wood and made a small wooden box to serve as a "Stick Library" for dogs. Inspired by little free libraries, the stick library for dogs began in New Zealand and has since rippled around the globe. Dog owners are encouraged to take sticks and leave sticks, as with books for little libraries. The family placed their little stick library in two dog parks, where it has definitely taken off.