We all get second chances and, most of the time, we learn the lesson and try to not get caught again or, best case scenario – we don’t do it again.
First hand, I’ve seen the benefit of second chances for both homeless dogs and inmates.
Sarge, the grouchy/growly schnauzer got a second chance training with Mr. Miller in the prison program at Lexington.
Today, Sarge reigns supreme at the Norman Veteran’s Center – he greets you at the door, rides the elevator and visits with everyone.
On Monday, the 19th , I had the privilege of watching inmates from NOCC work hard, help dogs and puppies coming into PAAS headed to Colorado, and see the smiles on the inmate faces and the happy/wagging tails of the dogs as they were unloaded from partner rescues.
We certainly appreciated all the help and the dogs most assuredly loved the attention.
Looking back at 2016, PAAS has transported 1100+ dogs to our partner – Denver Dumb Friends League.
In addition, we’ve implemented a Trap/Neuter/Release of feral cats, worked with law enforcement and other rescues to save abused/neglected dogs and started an effective low-cost, income verified, program for unaltered pets.
Along with our training program at the Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center, we’re making a difference.
We’re a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible, appreciated and play a key role in our continuing work to save thousands of homeless dogs and cats who have no voice.