All About Service Dogs
One of the most important jobs a Puppy Raiser has is to help the NEADS dogs feel comfortable in many different situations, around many people. They do this by making sure they have plenty of real-world exposure to different sights, sounds, and people.
But what does that look like day to day? Dana, who has raised two puppies for NEADS and is currently raising her third puppy, shares a few highlights of her puppy raising experience with the two pups she’s raised. What a journey!Read More
NEADS has long called for the critical need for a nationally recognized, legitimate Service Dog certification to prevent Service Dog fraud. On December 2, 2020, the U.S. Department of Transportation…Read More
Kathy Foreman, NEADS Director of Training, is a 2019 recipient of the Rhode Island Department of Corrections (RIDOC)’ Friend of the Department Award. The annual award recognizes individuals who have…Read More