An archive of select articles and media coverage featuring the NEADS Breeding Program.
Rachel Holt, WBZ | CBS Boston: 7-month-old Broadway is a service dog in training and the hope is that after learning commands, he will be ready to help change someone’s life for the better. Original story on CBS Boston.
Katie Benoit, Spectrum News 1: A big project is underway for NEADS World Class Service Dogs in Princeton. The non-profit is building a breeding center for their puppies. The pen is kind of like a puppy pre-school. They're experiencing sounds, surfaces, and socialization before being sent to service dog training. Watch the story here.
By Meghan Ottolini, Boston Herald: As the state budget showdown looms on Beacon Hill, state Rep. Kimberly Ferguson is fighting to help fund NEADS — a nonprofit that places service dogs with veterans nationwide.
“The amazing work that the animals are trained to do is, in some cases, lifesaving,” Ferguson told the Herald.
The puppies played games such as tug of war and greeted their visitors and trainers. Soon, they will start their path to becoming service dogs.
Interview with Cathy Zemaitis, NEADS Director of Development, and Katy Ostroff, NEADS Client Services Manager on Exceptional Women with Sue & Kendra, Magic 106.7.