Dozens of dogs sit down at the Eau Claire Humane Association waiting to get adopted.
Some have behavioral problems and end up waiting for months, now some UW- Eau Claire students are trying to help out.
Psychology students studying behavior are testing what they've learned on dogs at the Humane Association.
On a daily basis, they work with dogs that have the most problems and they teach them to sit, stay, and walk on a leash.
The students want to extend their services to dog owners in the area, so if you need help, you can e-mail the address below describing your dog's problems.
They may decide to help you for no charge or a small donation.