Prison Puppies

In Prison Puppies, young readers will meet the hardworking dogs in the Puppies Behind Bars program This organization teaches prison inmates to raise puppies that will later work as service dogs for people living with disabilities The prisoners teach the dogs the skills theyll need to assist their future owners, from basic commands like come here and sit, to complicaIn Prison Puppies, young readers will meet the hardworking dogs in the Puppies Behind Bars program This organization teaches prison inmates to raise puppies that will later work as service dogs for people living with disabilities The prisoners teach the dogs the skills theyll need to assist their future owners, from basic commands like come here and sit, to complicated tasks like opening doors and turning lights on and off The puppies teach the prisoners, too Working with the dogs teaches prisoners patience, responsibility, and cooperation, and gives them a chance to contribute to society in a positive way Packed with real life stories and dramatic, full color photos of prison pups, this book is sure to be a favorite of dog lovers everywhere.
Prison Puppies In Prison Puppies young readers will meet the hardworking dogs in the Puppies Behind Bars program This organization teaches prison inmates to raise puppies that will later work as service dogs for pe

  • Title: Prison Puppies
  • Author: Meish Goldish
  • ISBN: 9781617721519
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Prison Puppies”

    1. Wow! Such a beautifully written, and illustrated book about puppies that are being raised in prisons. The author uses vivd language and real photographs of the puppies to show readers how puppies are being used in prison to not only learn how to serve people with disabilities in the future but to also teach the prisoners. The prisoners train the puppies to sit, stay, come, heal, and harder tasks like turning lights on and off and shutting doors. The prisoners learn how to be responsible, compass [...]

    2. When I first saw this book I didn't know if I should read it or not since I am a dog lover and the title just made it seem like this book was going to be about animal abuse, but I gave it a chance, and I am very happy that I did! This book is an excellent book to read to children because it is important to learn about people with disabilities since as children they don't know rightly. This book does a great job teaching what dogs help with what and the training that goes behind it all. Such an a [...]

    3. Good companion book to "Tuesday Tucks Me In." Tuesday was also part of a "prison puppies" program before she was given to author Luis Carlos Montalvan. Meish Goldish has written an informative non-fiction text that permits young readers to consider service dogs for therapy, the blind and physically handicapped, police tasks and rehabilitation of prisoners. Full-color photos enhance the text. Useful and engaging.

    4. The layout and writing was a little too "textbook-y" for my liking, the book is a great springboard for students to research prison training programs to help incarcerated individuals become productive members of society.

    5. This is great for many students I have had who love all things animals. It could be a prompt to ask what they could do to make a difference in their community. Problem solving and creativity

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