4 puppies, trained by Nashville sheriff’s office, need homes

**UPDATE: As of Dec. 8, these puppies have been adopted!**

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Davidson County Sheriff’s Office is training four adorable puppies to put them up for adoption.

It’s part of the department’s Second Chances program at the Metro-Davidson County Detention Facility.

The program aims to give women offenders the skills needed to redefine both their lives and the lives of rescued animals by teaching them to socialize the dogs and prepare them for adoption.

Right now, the puppies are terrier blends named Max (male), Buddy (male), King (male), and Sadie (male). They should be ready for adoption around Dec. 20.

If you are looking to add to your family and want one of the best trained dogs in Nashville please email Paul Mulloy at pmulloy@dcso.nashville.org or contact Sheila Stinson at sstinson@dcso.nashville.org, or you can call 615-554-6743.