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Inmate Blog Entry: Monday, January 30 2017

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Age: 48
Location: Lancaster, CA
Total Blog Entries: 2
WOODY’S BLOG

2016 - 1. My daughter found me this year after 12 years. I hope to build a relationship and make up for lost time. I really missed her. 2. Great year for our Paws-for-Life Program. We have trained 78 dogs that were slated for death and most have been adopted to forever homes. Two of the dogs I was responsible to train went to children with autism. 3. We (Paws-for-Life) cared for 50 deaf dogs that were evacuated from Deaf Dogs Rescue of America, in Acton, due to the Los Angeles County “Sand Fire”. We took care of them like they were our own. The owners were proud and grateful to us. We even made the news (July 2016). 4. Cal State University – Los Angeles came this year giving 23 students with AA degrees a chance to earn a Bachelor’s degree; unheard of before in here. I took four classes this year and received three A’s and one B. It was a lot of work. 2017 – 1. Good start for the Paws for Life Program. We start training service dogs this year. I am one of the ten trainers that was picked for this special training program. 2. the Family Visiting Program is being reinstated for Life sentenced prisoners as a positive programming incentive.
Inmate Blog Entry: Tuesday, March 13 2018

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2018 – WOODY’S BLOG

2017 turned out to be a great year. We (The Paws for Life Program) have saved over 150 dogs and we are currently training 7 service dogs for Veterans diagnosed with PTSD. The first round of service dogs will be paired up with the Veterans in February and March of 2018. Hopefully we (Karma Rescue) will get enough donations and sponsors to continue to train another 7-10 service dogs. It is a great way to give back. “Major” the 2 year old black Lab I am training is doing well. He can retrieve a bottle of water from the fridge and then go back and close the door, turn a light switch on and off and in a 2 minute drill did 40 out of 54 commands. Wow, he is now working on blocking and alarm wake up training. The hardest part now is eliminating any body cues for the commands. It is amazing that dogs read 90% of commands through your body language and you do not even realize you are doing it. I really love working with animals. Breaking News. In an extremely rare turn of events, the Governor of California has commuted my sentence to 25 years to life upon education, rehabilitation and that I have turned my life around. This means I will go before the Board of Prison Hearing (BPH) for release in 2018. I hope to find employment working with dogs and/or machinery maintenance, complete my Bachelor’s degree at Cal State – LA, and continue working with dog rescues.




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