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Six dogs from Alachua County Animal Services were adopted into new families and loving homes on Friday. But unlike other shelter dogs, people have been lining up for two months to adopt them. WUFT-TV’s Emily Burris has more on the very special training program, which gives these pooches a second chance.

 

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  • This is an outstanding, wonderful program. Every day we are reminder of how fortunate we are to have our Danica, who is a graduate of this program. Danica has been with us almost two years, since February 9, 2010. She is an absolute delight to have in our house.