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Please note: NEADS does not train dogs that are already owned by individuals. We are unable to make referrals, either, so please contact Assistance Dogs International for information about other organizations who may be able to help.
Please note: NEADS does not have a program for emotional support or comfort animals nor does it train such animals. We are unable to make referrals and suggest talking to a trainer in your area who may be able to help.
Our Most Frequently Asked Questions
NEADS does not have a Psychiatric Service Dog program. If you are a veteran looking for a Service Dog to help with PTSD, please contact us using the form on this page.
NEADS does not have a program for emotional support or comfort animals.
For a Psychiatric Service Dog program that may be able to help, contact Assistance Dogs International.
For emotional support animals, we suggest talking to a trainer or veterinarian in your area who may be able to help you find and train a dog that can provide comfort in your home.
A: NEADS does not train dogs that are already owned by individuals. Contact Assistance Dogs International for information about other organizations who may be able to help.
Our World-Class Service Dogs complete their 18-24 month training off campus through our Prisoner PUP Program and with our volunteer Weekend Puppy Raisers; therefore we are not able to guarantee attendance of dogs for presentations.
Furthermore, we bring our Service Dogs in Training out in public for specific training exercises. This means they are working, and are not available for petting and playing.
You may want to consider a visit from a pet therapy organization, which you can find by searching online.
NEADS Mailing Address
NEADS World Class Service Dogs
P.O. Box 1100
Princeton, MA 01541
NEADS National Campus
NEADS’ national headquarters is located on 18 acres of protected wetlands in Princeton, MA, a rural setting close to Worcester in Central Massachusetts.
305 Redemption Rock Trail South
Princeton, MA 01541
Tel: (978) 422-9064 Voice or TDD
Fax: (978) 422-3255