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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Rick Hairston
"All that is provided is the prisoners and the housing for the inmates," he said. "Everything else we have to provide. We operate off of corporate sponsorships, grants - pretty much anything you can beg, borrow and steal from in order to get funding to make the programs work. If there is any hesitation on that, we have to pass on the dog."
"The prisoner in some cases has never completed anything (before). They haven't been able to complete their military service," said Rick Hairston, Canines For Service president and CEO, and Pat's husband. "They're looking for somebody who wants to give them a chance and this program does it."