BEREA, Ohio — Tuyen Reed and her poodle, Noah go just about everywhere together.
- An Ohio organization is working to get service dogs to kids with disabilities
- The dogs are mostly trained through partnerships with prisons
- Inmates train the dogs to help with specific needs of different kids
“Noah is able to help me with my walking, I tend to walk with a more side-to-side gait, instead of like straightforward. So, he definitely helps me with a more straighter path of walking, and also he's really there also for my emotional support,” said Tuyen Reed, Chagrin Falls.