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A new leash on life: Fostering Freedom graduates first 2 dogs trained by inmates at BCCI
Chief goes home with a family; King expected to be adopted soon
Fostering Freedom program
Bulloch County Correctional Institute inmate Tyberious "Ty" Murchinson, right, introduces Chief to adoptive family members Tiffany McBrayer and daughter Bentleigh, 4, during the first graduation ceremony for the Fostering Freedom canine training program on Friday, July 8. The program is a partnership between the BCCI and Bulloch County Animal Services that benefits both the participating inmates and the dogs. (SCOTT BRYANT/staff)
Chief, a 1-year-old Rottweiler mix still growing out of puppyhood, looked tongue-lollingly happy as an inner door of Bulloch County Correctional Institute locked behind him, the outer door swung open and he headed home with his adoptive family, the McBrayers from Pembroke.
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