Paws on Parole Gives Pups Second Chance
ALACHUA COUNTY, Fla. - Members of the "Dogfather" clan were out this weekend on the prowl for a new home.
The puppies and dogs are a part of the Paws on Parole Program.
They are trained in basic obedience skills by inmates over an eight week period and then adopted out.
Event coordinators says the Paws on Parole Academy is giving dogs that might not get a second look a second chance.
Jessie Stanley of Main Street Newberry Animal Hospital stated, "We get certain dogs that may not have a home because they're a little jumpy or they may be a little rambunctious, so we're teaching them basic training."
If you missed the Dogfather Academy this weekend, you can see them at their second outing July 26th.
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