Sheriff Joe Is Doing THIS To Military VETERANS Behind Bars, EVERY American NEEDS To See This [VID]

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Apparently “America’s Toughest Sheriff” Joe Arpaio has a soft spot for America’s military veterans, even those who are behind bars!

Sheriff Arpaio announced a new program that sends from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office MASH Unit to visit veteran inmates that are in jail.

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The dogs, ranging from pit bulls to labs to terriers, will be shuttled from their home at the Sheriff’s Office First Avenue Jail to visit inmates in the veterans pod at Towers Jail in the Durango Complex every Wednesday, Arpaio’s Facebook post says.

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Studies have been found that the presence of “man’s best friend” from time to time help inmates deal with stress. Many veterans upon returning home from deployments overseas have also turned to dogs for companionship. Some veterans worked with dogs on the battlefield and find the continued interaction with them soothing. Additionally, the program will also help the incarcerated dogs relate to a caring human touch.

“We owe the veteran a special debt of gratitude, even after their issues with the law,” added Arpaio.

Take a look at the video which has garnered almost 35,000 views!

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“Ruff” times ahead for Sheriff’s Office MASH Unit dogs as they…“Ruff” times ahead for Sheriff’s Office MASH Unit dogs as they visit military veteran inmates in jail(Maricopa County, AZ) A number of dogs in the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office MASH Unit are going to be doing some “ruff” time as part of a new jail program. The dogs, ranging from pit bulls to labs to terriers, will be shuttled from their home at the Sheriff’s Office First Avenue Jail to visit inmates in the veterans pod at Towers Jail in the Durango Complex every Wednesday. Studies have been found that the presence of “man’s best friend” from time to time help inmates deal with stress. Many veterans upon returning home from deployments overseas have also turned to dogs for companionship. Some veterans worked with dogs on the battlefield and find the continued interaction with them soothing. Additionally, the program will also help the incarcerated dogs relate to a caring human touch. “We owe the veteran a special debt of gratitude, even after their issues with the law,” added Arpaio.The veterans pod was established by Sheriff Joe Arpaio to house only military veterans as a means to bring about rehabilitation that is tailored to their source problems, including PTSD.All the dogs in the MASH Unit are formerly abused and neglected, having been seized from their prior owners under criminal circumstances by detectives in the Animal Crimes Unit. MASH, or, Maricopa Animal Safe Haven, was instituted by Sheriff Arpaio fifteen years ago and are housed in a fully air-conditioned facility at First Avenue Jail. The dogs are cared for daily by female inmates. A plan is in place to have the dogs visit all classifications of inmates with the exception of disciplinarian pods.

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The veterans pod was established by Sheriff Joe Arpaio to house only military veterans as a means to bring about rehabilitation that is tailored to their source problems, including PTSD.

All the dogs in the MASH Unit are formerly abused and neglected, having been seized from their prior owners under criminal circumstances by detectives in the Animal Crimes Unit. MASH, or, Maricopa Animal Safe Haven, was instituted by Sheriff Arpaio fifteen years ago and are housed in a fully air-conditioned facility at First Avenue Jail. The dogs are cared for daily by female inmates.

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A plan is in place to have the dogs visit all classifications of inmates with the exception of disciplinarian pods.

Wow! This is awesome!

Let us know what you think about Sheriff Joe’s plan to connect dogs with military veteran inmates!

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(h/t Conservative Tribune)

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