[nagdu] First timer
rhondaprincess at gmail.com
Tue Jul 9 23:31:39 UTC 2013
hi gina, i'm glad to hear that you and your guide dog had a good time at convention,
it takes time to get used to convention.
On Jul 9, 2013, at 2:39 PM, d m gina wrote:
> this was my first time for convention, I tried hard keeping my dog in control, where when he learned that dogs were groweling at him he would growel back.
> he got corrected, where in his mind he wanted to play.
> Some of the dogs were so out of hand I would scream.
> When a person knows their dog will do this every time they are around large groups of dogs, they should let the school know, or not bring the dog.
> I spoke to seeing eye about this, saying that my dog did join in but at no time did he jump on any dog.
> I had helpers tell me it wasn't my dog it was the persons dog.
> I will not put up with this kind of foolishness.
> I was shown how to keep the collar up under chin then correct.
> Now his hotel work wow.
> he would be given a command, then seeing something he wanted to go to he would take off and take me with him.
> At no time could I know this hotel.
> I never did get it figured out.
> At the banquet his paw did get stepped on where he did limp.
> Another lady did share this with me.
> His room manners were wonderful.
> the noise of the water fall in front was so loud I would get disoriented.
> I had to ask staff to help me out with the dog.
> I don't live back east, so to have the humidity blast you in the face as you went out was unreal.
> I loved the days when it wasn't bad at all going out.
> For me it was hard to give a command inside the building.
> I felt the staff were wonderful.
> Now the air conditioners cause my hip to hurt so bad I would cry.
> I had to get used to the loud noise.
> I can handle a crowd sitting as we did, where to have all of this talking in the lobby is another matter.
> Would I go again, yes, to help out Montana.
> He traveled well going and coming.
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