What happens to the pups we release from our program?
An emotional support dog won’t have the public access rights that a service dog has unless they perform tasks for you that you’re unable to do yourself (the definition of a service dog). They still change lives.
Whenever possible, we look to place our release dogs as emotional support dogs. A lot of time, effort, and money has gone into any pup we decide to release from our program. We match our released dogs as carefully as we match our placed service dogs.
We make great efforts at Putnam Service Dogs to ensure that our release dogs find loving homes where they can grow and give emotional support to their new owners. We think that every dog deserves the opportunity to have a happy and fulfilled life, and we are proud of our successful program that puts our release dogs in the role of emotional support animals.
The adoption fee for one of our released dogs is $800 on up, depending on the
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