Change the Lives of Troubled Youth & Shelter Dogs

by Project Pooch, Inc.
Vetted
Feb 4, 2013

Saying goodbye to dear friends & making new ones!

 Male juveniles who have been incarcerated in the Oregon Youth Facility train unwanted shelter dogs to become loving family pets.  We were founded 20 years ago and have positive outcomes to report regarding the trained dogs that have been adopted by families:

  Lynette adopted Odin, a Husky.  Odin recently passed away of cancer and Lynette shared her feelings with Project POOCH:  Odin was with me for six years and became my best friend who made ME a better person. I am so thankful that the youth taught Odin love along with his training.

    Sampson, a Pointer mix, came from Amelia's Angels Rescue in Utah in 2011. Sampson was recently lost to an aggressive form of cancer. His family shared the following:  Sammy spent the best years of his life camping, running on the beach and the high desert. He loved taking walks, baths, and just hanging around his forever home.  We wish to thank all those who stepped in along the way to give Sammy more time.  Sammy truly found his forever home and will always be with us.

   Hannah, a five-month old Border Collie mix, was recently adopted by a couple who volunteered for Project POOCH in the past.  They sent an email to Hannah's trainer, Stephen: We couldn't be more happy with Hannah. She and Allie, the cat, are getting closer to becoming friends.  Stephen, thank you so much for all your work and training with Hannah.  I was pleasantly surprised when she sat by her food dish and waited for her meal.  We are delighted that you taught her to return the ball after we throw it. She is a member of our family due to the fine work done by her handler at Project POOCH.

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  • Miriam E
    Miriam E Thanks so much for this lovely update! A great project that helps troubled youth and stray animals--who could ask for more?
    • 3 years ago
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Project Pooch, Inc.

Location: Woodburn, OR - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.pooch.org
Project Leader:
Joan Dalton
Lake Oswego, OR United States
$46,892 raised of $100,000 goal
 
1,021 donations
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