PuppySpot Gives Back

Our PuppySpot Gives Back Program continues our mission to celebrate dogs always and make a difference by integrating philanthropy into our corporate philosophy and actions. With a multi-prong approach, the program incorporates puppy placements through non-profit organizations for individuals and families who can positively be impacted by a new addition. We are proud of our associations with numerous charities including Make-A-Wish, METAvivor, and Wounded Warrior Project.

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PuppySpot Gives Back To Another Warrior

PuppySpot's collaboration with Wounded Warrior Project South Florida aims to place puppies with veterans in need of companionship and/ or emotional support. Our most recent puppy placement was with Leslie Graham, an Army veteran who served in 2013.

USMC Veteran Benefits from Companion Animal

In a recent collaboration with Wounded Warrior Project in South Florida, PuppySpot has worked on placing puppies into the homes of veterans who can use the added benefits of a companion animal. Wounded Warrior Project connected Matthew with us in order to assist with his search for a loving ...

Grandmother Helps Make a Dream Come True

On an average Saturday evening, PuppySpot received a call from a loving grandmother named Deborah who was in search of a loving companion for her grandson, Alex Tingley. Alex is a 4-year-old child living with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow. The ...

Beagle Puppy Brings Joy to Child with A.L.L.

PuppySpot and the Oregon chapter of Make-A-Wish Foundation have worked together to fulfill a number of puppy wishes, so when they reached out to us to help out with a child wishing for a Beagle puppy we were ecstatic to work with them once again. Jackson (a.k.a ...

Miami Veteran Gains a New Best Friend

Our PuppySpot Gives Back program involves puppy placements through non-profit organizations for individuals and families who can positively be impacted by a new addition. By working with Wounded Warrior Project individuals in South Florida, we were able to identify a veteran who would benefit greatly from a companion animal. ...

Teen Living With Cystic Fibrosis Gets Puppy Surprise

This special giving back opportunity began when a mom from Ingleside, Texas named Sara called us about her 15-year-old daughter, Dakota, living with Cystic Fibrosis. As we listened to Sara's story of coping with Dakota's illness over the years -countless surgeries, constant testing, endless medications and breathing treatments, it ...

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