6 Puppies Head To Nashville Prison


photo: Davidson County Sheriff's Office

photo: Davidson County Sheriff's Office

Go to jail. Do not pass go. Good boy!

6 puppies are going to prison for the "Second Chances Offender Dog Program.

According to the Davidson County sheriff's department, the vision on Second Chances is to provide our female offenders with the skills needed to redefine both their lives and the lives of the rescued animals. The offenders will learn to socialize the dogs to prepare them for adoption into permanent homes.

photo: Davidson County Sheriffs Office

photo: Davidson County Sheriffs Office

These 6 new pups come from Proverbs 12:10 Animal Rescue. They are all lab mixes around 8 weeks old. For adoption info: click here.

Daron Hall's office says, "We are proud to partner this program with Bonaparte's Retreat. A non-profit dog rescue program founded in 2004 by Grammy winning singer/songwriter Emmylou Harris.

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