The Humane Society of Richland County is proud to partner with Mansfield Correctional Institute on the Tender Loving Dog Care Program (TLDC). Dogs will live with inmates for 2-8 weeks, and during that time, they will be taught basic obedience commands and are crate trained. Inmates are selected based on their desire to work in the program and must be a non-violent offender with a clean behavioral record. The Mansfield Correctional Institute provides this service to the Humane Society in order to give job skills to deserving inmates. Dogs who go through this program are highly sought after by potential adopters because of the high quality of care and training they receive in the TLDC program.
If you are interested in adopting a dog that is currently enrolled in this program, please apply for any of the dogs listed below. Once your application had been reviewed and approved, we will give you the contact information of the person overseeing the program at MANCI. They will set up a time with you to meet the dog you are interested in. Please feel free to contact the shelter with any questions.
Dogs Currently in the Cell Dog Program
Willow is a senior, terrier mix who has been with the program for a couple of months. Her training has been going very well and she is all ready to go home! She just needs the perfect family to find her first. Read Willow’s full bio in our Adoptables section and apply there if interested!
Zane is a 3 year old husky mix. He is a friendly guy with a ton of energy! Zane is looking for an active and loving family. See his full bio in the Adoptables Section and apply if interested!