Cell Dogs provides second chances for shelter dogs and incarcerated individuals
We rescue dogs from shelters and enroll them in basic obedience training programs
Classes actively involve inmate trainers at correctional facilities
After training, all dogs are adopted into loving families
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What We Do
Cell Dogs rescues dogs from local shelters and enrolls them in basic obedience training programs. These classes take place in correctional facilities and actively involve inmate trainers. For each training cycle, we make sure all dogs are lovingly adopted.
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During our training courses, some dogs prove to be quick studies in basic obedience. Expressing an eagerness to learn and do more, these canines are then given advanced training to become service dogs.
Our scope at Cell Dogs includes: Autism Service Dogs, PTSD Service Dogs, and Wheelchair Service Dogs. This training program typically requires an additional six to nine months after completing the Basic Obedience Training.
Here is Ruby’s story, from shelter dog to certified service animal.
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