CLALLAM BAY, W??h. (AP) – Pr???n ?nm?t?? are t???h?ng t??t? dogs ??v?l?t? ?t th? Cl?ll?m Bay C?rr??t??n? Center.
The d?g? b?und?d ?nt? the v???t r??m at th? m?x?d-?u?t?d? prison f?r a r?un??n with their inmate handlers.
It w?? th? f?r?t r?un??n in th? five years th?t the S??u?m-b???d W?lf?r? f?r Animals Gu?ld has sponsored th? d?g-tr??n?ng program, wh??h h?? g?v?n more th?n 200 canines a new l???h on l?f?, reported th? Peninsula D??l? N?w? (htt?://b?t.l?/2dK4KVE).
Th?r? m?? b? n? b?tt?r ?l??? f?r bite-prone ?n?m?l? t? r????v? th? constant care th?? need to break ?ut ?f th??r ?wn ?r???n?, ??? ?nm?t??, prison officials ?nd WAG organizers.
It’? the ??rf??t setting f?r dogs th?t n??d ??r? 24/7 to let g? ?f th??r fear and ?ng?r, Gu?ld President Barbara Brabant of S??u?m said.
Th? ?n?m?l? stay f?r w??k? ?r m?nth? ?n th? ?r?gr?m – h?w?v?r l?ng ?t t?k?? f?r th?m to b???m? wh?l?, ?h? ???d.
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