"He looked terrified," recalls Skow, who saw him when he was visiting the shelter to look for dogs for the prison program. "He didn't display well - an old Chihuahua in a kennel by himself."
He probably wasn't going to make it without a lifeline. That lifeline would the program Skow established in February.
So Skow took him to prison.
Now Chiller lives at the facility along with six other shelter dogs and 17 inmates.