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2016 October 6 - 12:00 am

Dallas Prisoners Learn To Train Dogs Spared from Death

Operations Supervisor Tammy Roberts and Diva enjoy some quality time at the Grand Prairie Animal Shelter in Grand Prairie, Texas. Dallas County commissioners have approved Home for Hounds, a dog-training class for inmates. During the five-week course, 10 inmates will train dogs plucked from the euthanization line at the Grand Prairie shelter.

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