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  • Inmate's best friend: CMC program pairs prisoners with training dogs

    Twenty-five long-term California Men’s Colony inmates are participating in a program that trains dogs to help veterans and first responders cope with post-traumatic stress syndrome. Rusty the dog is the first to graduate from the two-year program, New Life K9s. His trainer, inmate Christopher Bain, gave a heartfelt speech during Rusty's recent graduation ceremony. Rusty will now go on to help a military veteran.

Inmate's best friend: CMC program pairs prisoners with training dogs

Twenty-five long-term California Men’s Colony inmates are participating in a program that trains dogs to help veterans and first responders cope with post-traumatic stress syndrome. Rusty the dog is the first to graduate from the two-year program, New Life K9s. His trainer, inmate Christopher Bain, gave a heartfelt speech during Rusty's recent graduation ceremony. Rusty will now go on to help a military veteran.
David Middlecamp The Tribune