Puppies Behind Bars program photoCalifornia inmates are helping correct the behavior problems of shelter dogs, a therapeutic exercise that benefits both convicts and canines.

Dogs described as having “limited adoption potential” are matched with minimum-security inmates through the Humane Society’s TAILS program (Transitioning Animals Into Loving Situations).

In two years the program has graduated 30 dogs and 50-some inmates from the program.


(READ the story in the Huffington Post)

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