How This Stray Dog Found a Happy Home
Through the STAR Program, Taylor was trained to be “adoption ready” by inmates at the Dick Conner Correctional Center.
Chris and Chelsea Warzecha with their children, Garren and Reese, and their dog, Taylor
Meet Taylor. She’s a friendly and easy-going dog, even with kids. She is potty-trained and follows basic commands like “sit” and “down.”
Ultimately, she was a perfect addition to the Tulsa home of Chris and Chelsea Warzecha and their two young children this past May.
Taylor was formerly a stray who ended up at an animal shelter in Enid, Oklahoma, before coming to CARE Rescue OK on Christmas Eve 2017. Through the nonprofit’s STAR Program, Taylor was trained to be “adoption ready” by inmates at the Dick Conner Correctional Center, a medium-security facility in Hominy, Oklahoma.
“They think she was an abused dog,” Chelsea Warzecha says of Taylor. “Before CARE Rescue, she was aggressive, territorial, scared. Now she’s just a cuddler. They definitely rehabilitated her.”
Click here to learn more about CARE Rescue's STAR Program.