[nagdu] Bill of Rights statement Concerning Health, Temperment, & Behavior

Lisa Irving lirving1234 at cox.net
Tue Apr 19 06:35:38 UTC 2011


Without making things too complex, is there some way to include verbiage 
about disclosing observations made by the puppy raiser family(s)? Here's the 
context to my question.

The puppy raiser family informed  me about the dog allergies. The school 
didn't know, or disregarded the puppy raiser's observations. I don't want to 
confuse "observations" with "opinions". One is measureable and can be 
validated; observations. Again, it was the puppy raiser family that informed 
me, after my guide dog was released, of the school's findings and medical 
intervention for the infections.

Lisa and Bernie
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Marion Gwizdala" <blind411 at verizon.net>
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Sent: Monday, April 18, 2011 4:10 AM
Subject: [nagdu] Bill of Rights statement Concerning Health, Temperment,& 

> Dear All,
>    Here is the proposed language for the Bill of Rights, Please offer any 
> input or suggestions you may have.
> The training program shall fully disclose to the consumer, in writing and 
> in the accessible format of the consumer's choice, all known issues 
> concerning the dog's health, temperament, behavior, and training prior to 
> placement.
> Fraternally yours,
> Marion
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