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Director of Development

Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: e***@***.com
Puppies Behind Bars Inc
263 West 38Th Street
New York, New York 10018
United States

Company Description: Since June 2006, Puppies Behind Bars has been training inmates, at three of the facilities that we operate in, to raise potential service dogs for children and...   more
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Staff | Puppies Behind Bars
www.puppiesbehindbars.org, 9 Oct 2014 [cached]
Eric Barsness
Director of Development
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lulusrescue.com [cached]
Eric Barsness Director of Development "Puppies Behind Bars"a non-profit organization that uses prisoners to raise and train dogs for lives of service.
Eric Barsness, the Director ...
www.labradors.com, 11 Aug 2005 [cached]
Eric Barsness, the Director of Development at Puppies Behind Bars, says inmates apply to be in the program. "If they are accepted, they live in a separate housing unit, where they begin training by attending weekly classes, observing, and doing homework everyday. They work quite hard, and after six months to a year they are finally ready to raise a puppy." Although the number of puppies raised varies from prison to prison, there are usually 10 to 15 dogs per facility. The organization trains some Golden Retriever puppies, but Labradors are more popular. Labs are easy to train, says Barsness, and their temperament suits the program well.
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Eric Barsness, the Director of Development at Puppies Behind Bars, says inmates apply to be in the program. "If they are accepted, they live in a separate housing unit, where they begin training by attending weekly classes, observing, and doing homework everyday. They work quite hard, and after six months to a year they are finally ready to raise a puppy." Although the number of puppies raised varies from prison to prison, there are usually 10 to 15 dogs per facility. The organization trains some Golden Retriever puppies, but Labradors are more popular. Labs are easy to train, says Barsness, and their temperament suits the program well.
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"The positivity that Puppies Behind Bars has spread is unimaginable," said Barsness.
Eric Barsness, Director of ...
www.reentry.net, 24 Feb 2010 [cached]
Eric Barsness, Director of Foundation Development & Communications, Puppies Behind Bars, Inc.
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