Tn. Hopes Inmate Dog Training Will Cut Crime

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A group of canines has gone from the doghouse to the big house, joining inmates at the Tennessee Prison for Women, reports The Tennessean. The Tennessee Department of Correction has teamed up with the Nashville Humane Association and Petsmart to start a nine-month program that puts inmates in charge of training mistreated, mixed-breed dogs. The
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