A group of inmates who were part of a dog-training program have been reunited with their furry friends.
Since 2012, the Clallam Bay Corrections Center in Washington State has offered prisoners a chance to rehabilitate rescue dogs with behavioral problems. Thanks to the program, 160 dogs and 73 puppies from the Welfare for Animals Guild rescue group in Sequim have found permanent homes.
More than 120 inmates at the prisons have applied to help train dogs for use by veterans, but you can’t have a record of child or animal abuse to participate. The number of programs nationwide using inmates to train service dogs is ...
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Photographers Shaughn Crawford and John DuBois spent six days inside a prison, capturing surreal scenes of inmates and their dogs lounging in cells and playing in the prison yard
The documentary Dogs on the Inside explores the relationships between abused rescue dogs and prison inmates working towards a second chance. One of those inmates shares his story.