One organization is using puppies to help people in prison and first responders. Puppies Behind Bars teachers people who are incarcerated to train service dogs for veterans and first responders, some of whom are living with PTSD. The dogs help both their raisers and owners live better lives. "It's more than just women or men in prison raising dogs," a puppy raiser at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility said. "We are human beings as well and we are capable of changing and capable of giving back."
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