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Puppies for Parole
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TitlePuppies for Parole
Extended TitleMan's best friend gets a second chance with the Department of Corrections.
AbstractIn 2002, prisoners began training dogs for C.H.A.M.P. (Canine Helpers Allow More Possibilities), a program that trains and provides service dogs to disabled individuals free of charge. The prisoners were trained by certified trainers to work with dogs from local animal shelters in a humane way. George Lombardi, Director of the Missouri Department of Corrections, promoted the program which came to be called Puppies for Parole. The program has proven beneficial in many ways and in 2010 received the Governor's Award for Innovation. Three short success stories are included.
AuthorMelissa Williams
DateAugust 2011
SourceMissouri Life
LocationMVSC Q 977.8 M6793
Volume38
Number4
Column NameShow-Me Showcase
Page88-89
SubjectAnimal training
Behavior
Dogs
People with disabilities
Prisoners
Local SubjectMissouri Department of Corrections
Lombardi, George
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeMagazine Article
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