California family suing nonprofit for allegedly providing untrained service dog for autistic son

Courtesy NBC Bay Area

The San Jose family who said it got the bait and switch is suing a nonprofit for allegedly providing an untrained service dog for their autistic son.

They claim Pawsitive Service Dog Solutions in Yuba County gave them a dog that does not do any of things it is supposed to do.

The family said they paid $9,000 for their lab Idaho to keep their autistic son from running off--but Idaho pays no attention to their son.

Three other families filed a lawsuit in Santa Clara County, but many more are expected to follow suit.


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