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Teachers learn from students in Cell Pals program
By captivasanibel.com- Brian Wierima
Published: 03/30/2016

(The Second Chance Cell Dogs Program is nearing its end, with graduation looming one week away during the second meeting between writer Brian Wierima and the inmate trainers inside the Florida Department of Corrections. The dogs are noticeably calmer, while their demeanor much more happier and trusting. Although the physical relationship between K9 student and teacher will end within a week, the lasting accomplishments will last a long time.

This is the second and final installment of the Second Chance Program, which is run by the Gulf Coast Humane Society, in conjunction with the FDC.) "They've come a long ways."

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