[nagdu] Question abound trave with a University
danielleburton94 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 11 23:43:38 UTC 2014
I dn't think they would tell meI couldn't go. But I'm not comfortable with them telling Greyhound and the Theater. I'm planning to talk to the guy who usually makes the arrangements and I think he will be more willing to respect my wishes. I will keep everyone posted. Thanks everyone for your thoughts and advice.
Danielle and Willa
> On Sep 11, 2014, at 11:41 AM, Abigail Bolling <violingirl30794 at gmail.com> wrote:
> No, you do not HAVE to tell greyhound you have a pup with you, however it is considered nicer and more considerate to do so, but it is by no means required. Most puppies can fit quite comfortably on those seats as I found out a couple of months ago.
> as for the theater, no, you should not have to tell them you have a pup. again, most pups can fit comfortably under most theater seats, so it should not be a concern.
> and if the theater tries to make an excuse, feel free to let them know, politely out course, that sece they are a public venue, then by law, they are required to let you have your dog there.
> Hope this helps! :)
> Abby and the faithful Ja
> Abigail Bolling
> Wright State University: Social Work
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>> On Sep 11, 2014, at 11:32 AM, Danielle Burton via nagdu <nagdu at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>> Hi everyone, I have a few questions for you guys. I'm with Student Support Service at my university and they are going to go see a play in Cincinnati I think. We are taking a Grey Hound and I was told they want to know everything. The the coordinator of the event asked me if I could just leave my dog which I said no to. Then she said that they wouldhave to let Greyhound know that I was coming with a dog and alsothat and the theater because apparently it's packed. I'm not comfortable with telling greyhound and the theater because I do not want them to come up with some excuse to put me where they want to put me. I understand the space part but should I allow them to let them know? I just want to know what is reasonable and what is not. Any thoughts or suggestions?
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