I wanted to take a few minutes to thank you and give you an update on Lucky Luciano Vom Wesburg. When I contacted you back in December in reference to getting a dog for police work, you were able to provide me with very helpful and honest information about a couple of dogs that you had. Your experience in dealing with the Rottweiler breed was very helpful. Lucky has adjusted well to his life as a police dog. His desire to work and please is exactly what I need in a canine partner. He has finished his drug detection training and most of his patrol work. He is only a few weeks away from being nationally certified. As a police canine handler, certified trainer and expert witness for the state of Maryland I can tell you that a canine is one of the most powerful resources used by law enforcement today. Their ability to detect drugs and locate fugitives has been recognized and upheld on every level of our justice system. I know that Lucky will help us get drugs and criminals off our streets and assist us in making our community a safer place to live and raise a family. Thank you for all of your help. It has truly been a pleasure to work with you and Prevention Concepts.
After spending 8.5 years in prison total, and only 30 years old, I knew I wanted something different in my life. Little did I know I would meet the people who would help change my life. Not only was I given the chance to learn what true work ethics mean, being responsible for my actions, and learning what integrity is; I was blessed with the opportunity to be a part of the K-9 program where I am raising a young puppy who is being donated to a veteran suffering from PTSD. This experience is changing my life and I will always be great full.
“Thank you for believing in me when no one else did!”
“Thank you Prevention Concept’s for going above and beyond your Recovery Coach services. Thank you for helping me file all my necessary paper work and FASFA application so I could enroll at Oakland Community College. You were there when I needed someone the most, even when it meant coming out of your pocket to pay my bus fare to get to school.”