Nov 2, 2016 11:27 AM
A nonprofit which places rescue pups with veterans and first responders with PTSD/TBI is taking pictures with local police departments in order to raise money for the rescues.
Hero Pups, Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit based in Stratham and Exeter, recently went to the Auburn Police Department where two Hero Pups were able to take a tour of a cruiser.
Each town that the organization takes a photo with earns them $20 to go to the care of the rescues, thanks to the help of a matching donor.
For more information about Hero Pups or to donate to the nonprofit, visit HeroPups.com.
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