The Jail Dogs of Gwinnett County with Victoria Stilwell

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At Gwinnett County Jail, a second chance can mean the difference between a fresh start and the end of the road, for dog and man alike. Operation Second Chance is a groundbreaking program that pairs inmates with rescue dogs for training and rehabilitation that goes both ways.

13 thoughts on “The Jail Dogs of Gwinnett County with Victoria Stilwell”

  1. I am a trainer with Jail Dogs. The inmates are very carefully screened and monitored at all times. They give these dogs nothing but love.

  2. It is true that dogs can heal and help us in so many ways. I hope this program expands not only in America but outwards to other countries. Dogs have evolved from wolves to live in our society, I believe dogs have a lot to give to humanity.

  3. I hope ALL the jails and prisons follow suit. This is a tremendous program. Its a WIn – WIN situation!


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