Chardon High School in Ohio, was the venue of a shootout on February 27, 2012. Of the students that were wounded, Nick Walczak was one of them. He got paralyzed from the waist downward after being shot four times.
Luckily, there was a surprise for him. A Golden Retriever dog by the mane of Enter Turner was to be his service dog. Service dogs have been known to be important dogs as they are the ones who help disabled people. North Central Correctional Complex prisoners had trained Turner specifically for Nick. In the training program where dogs are trained for W.A.G.S. 4 Kids, there were a total of 6 dogs where Turner was one of them. W.A.G.S. 4 Kids is an organization that finds service dogs for kids, and the prisoners who enroll in the program receive a training too.
Watch the video below as the prisoners get to introduce and hand over Turner to Nick. The prisoners teach Nick all that they have trained Turner so open heartedly so as to get him well prepared. Even though they are unhappy to see Turner leave them for good, they are happy at the same time for having used their jail term in helping the needy.
Nick said that the prisoners did an exceptional work of training Turner since he will have a companion and never be alone again. He went on to say that Turner is a priceless comrade who assists someone who has suffered in his life.
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