Share
Jacksonville Prison is Giving Homeless Dogs “A New Leash on Life”

Jacksonville Prison is Giving Homeless Dogs “A New Leash on Life”

Share this:
JACKSONVILLE, Fl. – The Jacksonville, Florida Sheriff’s office has a program called “A New Leash on Life” that takes various dogs at risk of being euthanized, trains them and then finds homes for them.

The dogs are moved into the prison with inmates, who fully train the dogs and adopted out. The dogs are featured on the Jacksonville Sheriff’s social media pages for maximum exposure. The dogs are all spayed and neutered, are up-to-date on their shots, and are microchipped. The adoption fee to adopt the dogs is $40.

For late-breaking news, join 24/7 Headline News on our Facebook Newsgroups for Los Angeles County NewsRiverside County News, Adelanto NewsCoachella Valley News, U.S./World News, Victor Valley/Inland Empire News. If you like what we are doing and want regular updates on your Facebook stream like our Facebook Fan Page. You may also follow 24/7 Headline News on Twitter and Instagram

Share this: