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Saving Lives

Saving Lives From the Inside

Some veterans struggle with mental health issues so severe they act out and end up in prison. Hard-to-adopt shelter dogs find themselves in a prison of their own.

Putting the two together allows the dogs to find new homes, and the prisoners to work as a team.

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Saving Lives From the Inside

Some men and women returning from service struggle with mental health issues so severe that they act out and end up in prison. Hard to adopt shelter dogs are in a prison of their own with little hope of being adopted without the necessary training and socialization.

You can help save the lives of veterans and dogs by donating to the First Coast No More Homeless Pets TAILS program.

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