DAWGS in prison graduates class 30

Published: Thursday, December 19, 2013 at 09:11 AM.

Ramsey’s previous pup passed away and once he decided it was time to get another, he made an appointment to meet with the dogs that would be headed into the program.

As soon as he met Walter, the deal was sealed.

“He was everything I was looking for,” said Ramsey of his new pal. “He’s such a sweet dog. The entire process took 4-5 weeks but it gave me time to buy cages and food.”

Another graduate, Alva, went home with Kurt and Delania Robinson, also of Panama City.

Their daughters, ages five and 10, had asked for a dog for Christmas, so the parents took them to the Humane Society and let them pick out the next member of the family.

The Robinsons spoke highly of their experience adopting through DAWGS and said that they enjoyed receiving photos and videos of Alva as she went through the training process.

“The girls didn’t want to go to school today, if that tells you how excited they are,” laughed Kurt.

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