Their Autistic Son Needed Help — So They Sent Him To Meet A Murderer In Jail

Sending your kid to see a convicted murder accomplice sentenced to 48 years in prison isn’t exactly a conventional therapy for autistic children but in the case of Zachary Tucker, unconventional worked.

In 1998 Chris Vogt was charged and sentenced for helping kill a guy but he never realized that while serving his sentence, he would improve lives of so many other. Chris is a part of Colorado prison’s service dog training program and while most other inmates train service dogs for the blind and deaf, he thought himself how to train his dogs to help autistic children. For 9 year old Zachary who would get panic attacks when touched, Chris’ service dog did miracles.

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