Skip to content

Prisoners and puppies might sound like an odd couple, but the two are becoming roommates in jails and prisons across the country. Wardens have implemented programs for inmates to train dogs. The hope is that the dogs will reduce the number of inmates who end up back behind bars.

Florida prison inmates will train hundreds of dogs this year.

Read the full post here

Dog's Owner Questions Deputy's Use of Lethal Force

NBCSanDiego

Dog's Owner Questions Deputy's Use of Lethal Force

NBC 7's Candice Nguyen talks with an Imperial Beach woman whose dog was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy after getting loose Tuesday.

Dog's Owner Questions Deputy's Use of Lethal Force

WATCH

More Photos and Videos

San Diego County sheriff’s deputies will learn how to handle aggressive dogs under a pilot program to be launched in San Marcos, officials confirmed.

Read the full post here

U.S

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Friday, May 2, 2014, 1:59 PM

The Hammond, Ind., police officer shown above was placed on leave after he was filmed getting rough with a K-9 officer.Steve Grzanich via YouTube The Hammond, Ind., police officer shown above was placed on leave after he was filmed getting rough with a K-9 officer.

A brutish Indiana cop may lose his badge after he was caught on camera getting rough with his K-9 partner.

Read the full post here