Inmates in Connecticut are training puppies to become service dogs for disabled veterans, and it's really making a difference. It's helping people such as disabled veteran, Kent Phyfe, who has also suffered from depression. "I was ready to give up. Twenty-two to 25 vets kill themselves and I was ready to go,” Phyfe tells CNN affiliate WFSB. “These dogs are beyond amazing.” He'll soon be paired with one of seven dogs going through the program at Enfield Correctional prison. They're being trained by inmates and working with America's VetDogs, a not-for-profit whose mission is to "To help those who have served our country honorably live with dignity and independence". Watch to find out more.