[nagdu] questions about having a guide dog
kaybaycar at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 00:08:23 UTC 2011
My name is Julie, and I have a five year old yellow lab named Brie. I
got her from Guiding Eyes for the Blind. Now onto your questions:
I have been told that a dog can ride on 11-hour flights. Not exactly
sure how it's done. Hopefully, someone on this list can explain how
After my senior year in high school, I went on a 3 week trip to
Germany with a group of students. For a number of reasons, I couldn't
take Brie with me, so I left her at home with my mom. When I got
back, Brie and I interacted like nothing had happened. These dogs
don't forget. I have made a decision to not leave her for so long
again, but not because of anything she has done. I just enjoy the
bond we have. I still leave her the ocasional night if she is sick
and I need to be somewhere or something like that.
I live in St. Louis, and I have no access issues. I have been asked
from time to time if she is a service dog, and I say yes and leave it
at that. It's as simple as that, but I know that in some states there
are more access issues. .
Hope this helps.
On 8/30/11, Tatyana <tagriru at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not a guide dog user, still can't decide.Many, many questions.
> Can a dog stand 11 hours in an airplane before to relief?
> If you are not taking a dog with you while you're on leave, can a dog stay
> without you for 2 weeks and not lose its shape as a service dog? Wouldn't
> it be also a bad psychological impact?
> How often do you need to fight for the right to bring a dog with you in
> restaurants, pools, medical offices and other public places? Is it
> something that you do all the time or you get mostly normal attitude from
> Thank you and all the best
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