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Service & Therapy Dogs > Dealing with another SD handler
Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Sun Oct 19, '14 3:55pm PST 
I guess I was it was hard though Breezy and brigan, YES, YOSHI a blind vet he had a seeing eye guide dog and yes was a vet. He stated very airigantly that his type dog was the only kind of SD leagally out here to work in public. Hands down and was trained by the seeing eye guide dog place in NY. Then he said he was glad I had a nice pet that was it. She is just a pet as far as he was concerned cause She was not trained by a professional training place. That it was all fakers who train their own dogs and puts his dog in danger and makes it hard for him.I really could not talk to him after he said all that cause of his attitued. Very rude and disrespectful. I felt bad enough not having Sadie with me at that time But we are back together now and My son worked her well and kept her training while he cared for her. So that she would not get out of training and working mode since I am always training her and working with her. He was helping me too so he knew what she had to keep in trained for. So I am sure Sadie is just as well trained as his dog but since she dose not have to see for me I think her level of work is so much different then his dog. Sadie is trained for 3 different jobs. She is a medical alert, hearing, mobility dog and Pshc. serv. and he just dejustified her just like that. He said he had a friend that had a just in house dog but was not able to work in pub. cause the friend lost his arm while in the service.
His dog again he stated firmly was the only Dog sertified to be out and about working.
I have to go on the bus this week and I am stress thinking about taking sadie on with him being there on the bus. My son assured me He worked sadie well on the bus and she passes behavyor very well he said. I should not be worried and about anything he told me. Since he had worked for a year with a good licensed trainer that accually tested Sadie and reveued trained her after that. I was told she was just right and to keep up the good work with her. It hurts you know, it just hurts when people do that. I have not had to deal with this till now though I did have to deal with that one guy in Burger king before I moved. But thank you all for the support I thought this place was dead when I posted it and needed some support.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Dealing with another SD handler
Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Mon Oct 13, '14 10:21am PST 
I am not sure how to say this so I will tell the story out right:
I was on the city bus this morning and ran in to a Blind SD handler.
I think also he was a Vet so he was a bit more assertive about his statement. I was very polite and pleasent to him and told him his Dog was very hansome/beautiful. It looked like a Lab but he corrected me. I told him I was sad I could not yet have my SD with me cause I was dishomed. He began telling me that my dog was not a true SD, and that it made him look bad how people think their pets were SD just cause they said so. I am not one of those since I have many ailments and, several Doctors note telling me that I was to get a Service dog and needed one. This is the second time I have run in to a person that was like this and a man. I find it a little amusing that it was a man (sorry men on here.) I am Not one to just step out and assume something till I have made sure I am doing it right, and had all the info about doing it. I trained Sadie myself and he told me then she is not a real service dog Cause I trained her myself. I told him I also Had her evaled by a top private trainer (licensed to train) He said she was was good to be used in public as a working dog. The man then said I was not allowed to leagally take her out in to stores.
That soon there will be a law that prevented that. That you will have to show a card etc. to prove this. It kinda up set me and I think he did this cause he was a Blind person and used his dog for his seeing, and felt that his should be the only type that could be used out in public. You could say since I did say that I was told by the Law makers of the ADA that I could train my own SD.
He said the ADA were shawlitins and had no say. I think he was more saying his Seeing eye dog was the only true SD leagal.
I did not want to even ask him what he thought about The other working dogs out there like Pyc. SD, Assist. dogs etc. I am sure he would tell me that had no place in public. This is even on a bus. The buses in our city allow Pets on the bus accutally. I am venting now I little unsettled. It makes me more distress since I have not been able to work Sadie. I am worried being here I will end up having to deal with these people again.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Taking CGC any tips?

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Fri Oct 10, '14 12:43pm PST 
applauseGood luck on your test ....
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Halloween costume for SD

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Tue Oct 7, '14 5:22pm PST 
I am hoping that Sadie and I will be together for halloween and I am am dressing her up as a panda.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Don't know where to start!!

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Tue Oct 7, '14 11:20am PST 
Just want to up date this post: even though I lost my vehical " It be came unfit to use"
I am working on another one I hope soon to get one.
Looking in to it and hope that it will be something better.
Sadie and I are busy working on more important things like getting out partnership back in to working order.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > We're Moving and I am How do you say confused and all that...
Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Sun Sep 21, '14 10:15pm PST 
Thanks Yoshi sorry I have been so busy I have not checked my Pmail thanks for telling me that....
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Service & Therapy Dogs > I am so proud of Sadie !

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Fri Sep 19, '14 11:44am PST 
Sadie is doing very well considering all that she has been through I am still so proud of her cause she has grown up to be a very good SD for me. We are working with another NOvice team and Sadie has been so great. But then it dose help that the person is someone she knows well and loves.
She is true to her breed and to her job and that is the most amazing part about working with her.
We have been through so much the past few months and I feel that we have come a long way the both of us and have been the better for it all. But not with out the support of good friends here on DOgster. I thnk you all for the support you've all given us in the past and since.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > We're Moving and I am How do you say confused and all that...

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Fri Sep 19, '14 11:36am PST 
Thank you all for your great advice just in case I did not we have moved though there were a few snags with it. Sadie and I were separated for a lil bit a total night mare I know but she was with good people she knew and they were family. We are getting things back together since she and I are getting reaquated and we are helping another team a long the way.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Just starting out.....

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Fri Sep 19, '14 11:31am PST 
We are pretty much at the point the only thing there is to do is to find her a Dog to work with.
That has been her biggest hurdle so far she has been doing very well on everything else.
She asks questions all the time and takes the lead to do what she needs to to get things done.
Witch right now is to find the right dog.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Using your Service dog to train someone who is New:
Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Fri Sep 19, '14 11:27am PST 
So here is another up date: My daughter N Law is doing well with learning about being a SD handler.
She is doing better then I ever did, but since I did not have someone to help me like she does it is not as surprising. She counts herself lucky that she is able to learn so much before and during her venture. I have told her and directed her toward DOGster here and other SD sites. So she does not have to take my word on everything. She is also trying to find the dog that is right for her and the breed right for her. I tell her that is the part I can't help her with, other then just like picking a pet dog it needs to pick her. I do tell her the things she has to look for to make a good SD.
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