N.C. Military Prisoners Train Dogs For Injured Vets Marines serving time in the brig at Camp Lejeune, N.C., are training dogs as service animals for Marines wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan. The dogs get a career and a loving home, and the Marines get to help their buddies and build self-esteem.
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N.C. Military Prisoners Train Dogs For Injured Vets

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N.C. Military Prisoners Train Dogs For Injured Vets

N.C. Military Prisoners Train Dogs For Injured Vets

N.C. Military Prisoners Train Dogs For Injured Vets

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