Tuesday, 18 September 2018 / Published in Inmate Rehabilitation
READERS’ LETTERS Because pet food sales in the U.S. is a more than $24 billion industry, a great deal of money is spent on advertising and lobbying to keep consumers focused on packaged, processed pet food. The minimum standards are what an animal can survive on, not an optimal level they can thrive on. It
Thursday, 18 May 2017 / Published in Inmate Rehabilitation
  The goal of our prison systems is to rehabilitate inmates so they become productive, law-abiding citizens upon their release into society. A prison-service-dog training program like Patriot Service Dogs’ W.O.O.F. has proven to be successful in accomplishing this. As you’ve read in our other blog articles about this topic, the inmates have very poor
Thursday, 06 April 2017 / Published in Inmate Rehabilitation, Service Dogs
  As part of Patriot Service Dogs’ mission, we not only try to help give veterans a more independent lifestyle, but we also want to help in the rehabilitation of inmates.  Unfortunately, there is little in the way of formal research that demonstrates the effects of prison service-dog-training programs on inmate recidivism. However, we like