[nagdu] Puppy raising Question

Tamara Smith-Kinney tamara.8024 at comcast.net
Fri Apr 8 21:09:45 UTC 2011


Sorry about the broken link!  I'm glad you mentioned it.  That one is now
fixed, and I discovered I had made the same mistake on some other files that
are now back in their proper places.  /smile/

I still need to follow up on getting the recording trimmed, since I don't
have the software to do it myself.  It will take a couple of minutes to get
to the good stuff, but it is good.

Thanks again!

Tami Smith-Kinney

-----Original Message-----
From: nagdu-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:nagdu-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf
Of Diana Dawne
Sent: Friday, April 08, 2011 12:11 PM
To: nagdu at nfbnet.org
Subject: Re: [nagdu] Puppy raising Question

Yes this is my understanding that the law protects equally a puppy in 
training as well as a qualified service dog in the state of California. 
So if this raiser had been in California she could just thumb her nose 
at her boss but things seem to be quite different on the east coast.

I attempted to listen to the information on the nagdu website relating 
to hospitals but got the message that the information could not be 
found.  When I attended schools in the east I was very amazed to hear 
instructors suggest maybe it wasn't such a good idea to take a dog into 
intensive care in a hospital.  As a doctor I have been doing so for 
years and wondered about this backward thinking.  I have also heard 
about difficulties people have had over being able to relieve their 
dogs.  Of course I have always attended to that problem, but I have 
never encountered unwillingness to assist.  I have always encountered 
nothing but wonderful acceptance of my dogs in a hospital setting and 
now that I live in the Midwest I don't expect that to change.

Bright Blessings,

Diana & that Very Magical and Enchanting guide dog Fuller Brush

Diana Dawne PHD
phone and fax: good for  The United States and Canada 18775232688
email: drdawne at samobile.net

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