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Jackie at his first school carnival
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We have to work on smelling the floor, but otherwise not bad for only his second time at Petsmart.

Hi I am new... But I have been diagnosed with a anxiety disorder, a panic disorder, and a sleep disorder... I am thinking of owner training, but i need to know a few things


Who can give my dog the PAT?

At are some good breeds that come below the knee?

What starting tasks should I do?

And do you have any training tips?

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I'm ashamed to say that this is my daughter who has no need of nor prescription from a mental health professional stating need for an ESA. Further, her dachshund is ill tempered & untrained in any way making it & she poor representatives for genuine ESAs. 😡

I have a prescription for and spent a great amount of time training my genuine Service Dog to be my helper. While I know & understand the differences between the dogs and applicable laws there are so many who don't and this really ticks me off.

Please do your best in your day to day lives to educate people.
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Good Thursday morning, it's almost the weekend yay! 128 shares and 8 donations.

http://www.gofundme.com/2g6aygxs

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http://www.gofundme.com/2g6aygxs

This is Hiro ( Jaeson's Big Hiro 6) and my son Jaeson, we are trying fund Hiro's upcoming training! He will be a great help to my son for many years.

Also Tshirts- https://www.booster.com/hiro

I was on citynews Toronto recently because I'm usually denied entry to premises while accompanied by my PTSD dog including transit check out this news broadcast at Google search/ major gaps in Ontario disability act

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Just returned from my pain management appointment where I saw what I believe was a fake SD. It was a Pomeranian or Papillion. I'm not judging the dog based on size but rather behaviour.

From the moment my SD and I walked in the alleged SD growled or snarled at my dog from under the handler's seat while wearing a tiny red SD vest. I suspect that either the dog was a pet being passed of as an SD or an Emotional Support Animal that the doctor's office staff was afraid to challenge.

I'm proud to say that my Valentine was perfect and didn't pay any attention to the little dog who stayed in someone's lap being stroked & calmed while the patient was in a treatment room.

I've worked hard and with trainers so that my dog met the criteria and knew what was expected of her so I'm more than a little ticked off about this.

Do you think I should have said something to the staff & educated them about the differences between SDs, ESAs and phony SDs along with ADA law or just left it alone as I did?
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