For some reason, Momma is in the mood to share information about other dogs and not pics/stories about us. Here is today's installment.
The Puppies Behind Bars program teams puppies up with prison inmates — who live with and train the puppies to become bomb-sniffing dogs, or service dogs for wounded vets.
The program began at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in 1997. Now Puppies Behind Bars is working in six correctional facilities, and nearly 500 dogs have been trained in the program.
Please click here for the story - there is a link on that page to listen to the NPR audio program or a link to read a transcript of the program.
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