Pets And Prisoners Get Second Chance
They may get an undeserved rap, but an Alachua County program pairs pound puppies with people who have a rap sheet, to change their image.
Imagine you want a dog, so you look for one who knows how to sit, stay, walk on a leash, is housebroken and good with kids and strangers.
Look no further than Alachua County Animal Services "Paws On Parole" program.
The two year effort pairs dogs with a work camp inmate for eight weeks.
During that time, the pups learn obedience training and the inmates learn life skills they can apply to a new career when they are released.
Dogs are adopted for 45 dollars each and leave the academy completely housebroken and trained.
For more information log on to Facebook and search "Paws On Parole."
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