Dogs once destined for "death row" are getting a second chance at life in the Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail.
In the Custody Canine Program, 36 inmates take care of two dogs every five weeks. Each dog is rescued from a shelter, days before it is scheduled to be euthanized.
This time around the inmates are caring for Jet, a one-year-old puppy, and Glock, a German Shepherd.
"I think it's a good thing for these guys and for us," said inmate Caesar Cunanan, who is serving time on a drug...Full Story