The work does not end there and decided to get out of the classroom. Excited by what they had learned, the children wanted to count all of what it is to take good care of a dog and planned to give talks which included other things: built palitas to collect stool, stamped t-shirts with the name and the logo of the project. With the help of the local Municipality were able to print brochures and posters for the beds in which they explained about responsible ownership. The parents of the Association of Cooperative School was sent to build posters to place in the income to the school, which warned that the dogs should not stay there to wait for the children. With that capital, they have spread the project to the rest of the school by means of talks, handed out pamphlets, and projected a video in which exlicaban what it means to be responsible with the pet. As a closing activity conducted an Awareness Campaign during the last week of August at the plaza of the Bicentennial of Independence and delivered the palitas made by recycling plastic bottles, handed out food balanced for dogs, and brochures.