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Changing For The Better (continued) On the outside, a four-week board and train pro-


gram can run into thousands of dollars. Magic City K9 adoption rates average $350, including the dog. Magic City K9’s mission is to provide a new


leash on life for shelter dogs and a vocation for inmates. The men gain valuable experience, canine companionship, and make a positive impact with each dog, and for the family that adopts them. Several of the men who have participated in the program have continued their education upon release and are now gainfully employed as dog trainers. A couple have left Everglades with their canine companion. “Nothing makes me more proud than to see my guys released


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            42 THE NEW BARKER     


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The “guy” Tina VaLant most looked forward to meeting was Duke. This black tri mini Aussie was an owner-surrender that Tina assisted in finding his forever home. Duke’s trainer Oscar (right) and assistant Eloy had never been around Aussies. They could not have been more proud of winning Dog of the Week and the recent Rally Competition. “Duke blew the other dogs’ doors off,” they told Tina.


and stay in the canine industry,” states Dee. “It’s the best type of positive reinforcement you can get as an instructor to know you’re truly changing someone's life through dog training.” One of the trainers confided he had no experi-


ence with dogs on the outside. Extremely grateful for the opportunity, he shared, “Training with the dogs has taught me so much. They are so smart, and eager to please. The unconditional love is something I have never experienced. They have changed me, for the better. I am a dog-person now.”


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