[nagdu] Tie-Downs for our Guides on Access Shuttles

Cindy Ray cindyray at gmail.com
Sat Oct 3 01:43:04 UTC 2015

How close would you be sitting to her if she were tied down? I think it is definitely your decision, but I’m not completely sure.
Cindy Lou Ray
cindyray at gmail.com

> On Oct 2, 2015, at 8:36 PM, Elise Berkley via nagdu <nagdu at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hey, everyone.  I wanted to get your thoughts on this.
> Becky and I were going to school on the Access shuttle and the driver asked me if I wanted Becky tied down.  I did not know what he was talking about and I told him no.  Becky went up the ramp and sat quietly the whole trip (about 10 minutes.)
> I found out that, for the dog’s safety and so they cannot move around, they have these new gadgets.  You hook a shorter leash in a ring and then the other end gets snapped down where they tie down the wheelchairs.  I really do not like this idea of her being tied down at all.  She is behaved enough not to move around.  I What if we get in an accident, and I cannot get my dog loose.  Maybe they are trying to do a good thing, and maybe I do not understand fully.  Let Becky and I know what you think.
> Elise and Becky (San Diego bound)
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