Paws On Parole Graduates 17th Class
The Alachua County Animal Services and Department of Corrections 17th annual Paws of Parole class graduated after 8 weeks of training.
This class' theme was the Little Rascals, probably a fitting name for the group when they started the program.
Now all six can sit, stay and walk on a leash on command.
The program began in 2009 as a way to give the animals and their inmate trainers a second chance.
The Paws on Parole program began in 2009 and has a one hundred percent success rate.
They've placed over 100 dogs into new homes.
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