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Czar Boyd, an Algoa Correctional Center inmate, works with Nala, a black and white mixed breed dog who came from Fulton’s animal shelter. The pair spend their entire day together as Boyd works with Nala to teach her manners, discipline and maybe a few tricks.

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Puppies for Parole prepares dogs for adoption, rehabilitating prisoners

A Labrador mix and “smart as a little whip,” Nala has the distinction of being the 50th dog to be rescued, trained and on her way to a permanent home through the Puppies for Parole at Algoa Correctional Center.


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