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Offender outcomes of training dogs in prison : the Puppies for Parole program

By Dorothea V. Megarani, Rebecca A. Johnson, George Lombardi, Steven Osterlind, Hayley D. Yaglom, Nicole L. Haarman, Elliot Cade

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Abstract

"Puppies for Parole" is a rehabilitation program based on human-animal interaction (HAI) in the prison. Puppies for Parole aims to reduce the number of homeless canines by producing loving, obedient, and adoptable dogs. Inmates may gain skills to support successful rehabilitation and community reentry.

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Mason N McLary

HABRI Central

Date 2016
Publisher University of Missouri
Location of Publication Columbia, Missouri
Format PDF
URL https://hdl.handle.net/10355/57714
Language English
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Researchers should cite this work as follows:

  • Dorothea V. Megarani; Rebecca A. Johnson; George Lombardi; Steven Osterlind; Hayley D. Yaglom; Nicole L. Haarman; Elliot Cade (2017), "Offender outcomes of training dogs in prison : the Puppies for Parole program," http://habricentral.org/resources/61410.

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Tags
  1. Adoption
  2. Animal-assisted activities
  3. Animal-assisted therapies
  4. Animal roles
  5. Animals in culture
  6. Animal welfare
  7. Dogs
  8. Health
  9. Human-animal interactions
  10. Mammals
  11. Physical environment
  12. prison-based animal programs
  13. Prisons
  14. Rehabilitation
  15. Service animals
  16. Social Environments
  17. training dogs