The new leash on life program may not be the answer to everything but it is a start for some. I have personally witnessed the program where I work and I see the "win-win" situation for those it does benefit, both man and beast. Hey, if it helps one, that's one. Training "muts" may not address what got them in prison but the responisibilities associated with the program just might help them focus on something other than themselves. It's a great program. It isn't just one in which they play with the pooches. It involves work and discipline both for them and the dogs. Don't knock it until you have witnessed the good in it. It beats having them watch TV or play cards all day.
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