Kids caught in the juvenile detention system in Albany, Georgia, have a chance to change their outlook on life by caring for and training homeless dogs.

Project Hero coordinator Marty Harris says she’s seen a positive change in the young people’s lives: "A lot of them have not grown up with a nurturing aspect toward animals, so by helping them to understand how to work with animals and care for animals they learn to care for other human beings." (WALB News)

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