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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: Sat Aug 30, '14 7:16pm PST 
I am going to train my Daughter N law with Sadie; she was just awarded a persciption for a Psyc. service dog form her med. doctor.Because Of surcomstanses I have had to live with my son and his family. It is a unique situation I can say the least for this situation.I need Sadie I am just visiting so since Sadie is already trained for the job. I am stepping up and allowing her to work insted with Sadie since I can't work her out right now. I have at least will still have her around. She never is confused she works well with other people. She always has and a lot of people did not understand I used her as a multi tasked Service dog. It is best explained that Sadie does just about everything on her own and well and has been able to for a while. She has a lot of energy too and never tiers and a lot of people have noticed that.
My Daughter n law found Sadie comforting when she had to care for Sadie when I had to go some where with out her for a while.
It gave her a push to step up and tell her Med doctor and councelor how much she found Sadie a help to her. Because of sercomstances I have to live with them so it all works out, and I can show her how Sadie is worked. How to deal with ignorent
people. I have gotten a new vest for Sadie and badges with their names on them. She will be also be on paper as her dog where housing is conserned since it is a no pet complex. I know you all are going to say "BUT" sadie is not a pet but I am not supose to be there either. We talk about all the work she will need to know handling a Service dog. She is thinking a small dog might be a good idea too.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Saying Goodbye
Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Sat Aug 30, '14 6:47pm PST 
I am sorry to hear about Shadow and glad Albee could step up for you. Sadie is doing well but I as I am sure a lot of us think about her immortalitie. I over the years have had that lesson more then I care to have,but when you take on the responsibilitie of a dog be it Pet or Partner you take that risk.I have had to put several very loyal pets down and I did not like it as well as a few farm animals. One of the Hardest was the Cow I had,she was a very sweet girl and a good milker she got very sick suddenly and of corse you know that you can't put large animals down like you do pets.My mom is going to have to put her mini poodle to sleep or she may pass a sleep peacefully I hope.The dog had been an unofficial ESA for her for over 15 years now. She's had a lot of things going that last year or so. It will be hard I know when that day come unfortunatly it will be soon.
My daughter N law is venturing in to that life and world of Service dog life style she has chosen
to start off with a puppy though she has not been clear what breed. I know that she is doing the right thing in finally making that step. Though I am not sure about getting a puppy for her first dog. We will see I guess since she is young she will be able to handle the energetic puppy since she has a 6 year old to also keep her on her toes. lol. We are beginning our training with Sadie
she is comfortable using Sadie to learn hows a Service dog works. I hope you and Albee work out well and have a long and productive partnership.
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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: Wed Aug 27, '14 3:03pm PST 
Pray that Sadie and I will soon be reunited and will be involved in training another team soon.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Wounded Army, Need a therapy dog, PTSD, TBI, Seizures

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Wed Aug 27, '14 3:01pm PST 
I agree you have to be more correct here and by the way I am also a fellow mainer I live in oldtown
I trained my dog on my own but there is a program that trains Service dogs in Levant. And a man in Ellsworth who dose private training that is who I applyed for got turned down and found the private trainer.Rodney Sparkowich is very nice man and easy to work with. He volenteers at the local animal shelter. He teaches all over maine what I understand. He may be cheaper then the program, once you apply and are turned down you can not apply again. But in maine you can train your own.
I have been training Sadie since she was 7 months. I have PTSD and general anxiety as well as other ailments. I wish you luck and prayers.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Just starting out.....

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Wed Aug 27, '14 2:48pm PST 
Sadie and I are going to be there first: I am going to train her with Sadie and let her get the feel of what it is going to be like owning and working with a SD she is going to begin by making a account here on dogster for herself soon also. Sadie loves all my family and is use to listening to those with in the family circle. So having my Daughter n Law learn to handle Sadie and training her the basics is going to be pretty easy and she knows that. Sadie is an easy going and easy tempered dog and as I said Sadie trained me more then I trained her so I think this will be so fun. Since my grand daughter will be in her first year of Elementry school the daughter N law will be able to learn about SD stuff. It will keep her mind busy since she is a stay at home mom now. We talk about breeds and what she likes for breeds. We have met and she also has seen another Psyc. dog in the same compound as she lives. We talk about her responsibilities of being a SD handler and the equipment that I use and what she will need. I will probably be calling the ADA here in Maine for paper work on what the laws are for maine so she will know first hand what she is going to be up against. As I said she is very excited about getting a dog. Also I want to give you heads up on the fact that our whole family will be living together 3 generations under one roof. My two sons, my second sons wife and my grand daughter. As well as my sister N law may be there also. We are hoping to get a large house in the bangor area so we will be able to travel on the bus too. Sadie has been going through a lot of socializtion and my older son has been working on off leash training with her. These are a lot of changes in her life as well as a busyer
living situation so Sadie and I are going through a lot as we live seppratly. I am hoping that our enteruped life has not changed her too much or imbittered her. She has a lot of work cut out for her in the up coming months. So wish all many prayers will you I will try to be on here more often.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Just starting out.....
Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Wed Aug 27, '14 12:55am PST 
I am up dating news of a successful meet with her Psyc. doc. today she got her persciption and faxed it to the apt. owners so she can have a service dog. I am proud of her and I am helping her on her way to getting a dog for herself. In the mean time I am going to help her learn about training a service dog and the laws and etc. She is a little nervouse about train her own dog but excited about getting a dog of her own now. Wish us luck !!!! And prayers please!!!!
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Wounded Army, Need a therapy dog, PTSD, TBI, Seizures

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Wed Aug 27, '14 12:48am PST 
Hi I am a fellow mainer Here in old town. I have a service dog myself Her name just happens to be Sadie. Is that not cool lol... I have had sadie for 5 years now I trained her myself. This what you are looking for a Psychiatric dog my daughter N law just got her persciption form her doctor today for one. In maine you can train your own dog. though in Lavant there is a place that trains dogs. There is also a very nice man that trains service dogs on his own his name is Rodney Sparkowich his number is :207-641-9410 he volenteers at the local animal shelter. He also trains the police dogs
in maine. I have PTSD and general anxiety As well as a few other issues of course.
Wish you luck on your search and getting a service dog.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Should I "wash out" my SDit

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Sat Aug 23, '14 4:48pm PST 
I would never wash out a healthy dog if there was a sever injury yes deffently but behavyor can be fixed I have handle and trained dogs all my life. I know this cause I do it all the time. You are always training a dog every day even if it is a pet. Service dogs are no different other then it is doing a job and their tasks are more important. As I said before Sadie is always teaching me better ways to help myself as well as herself to do a better job.
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Service dog | blue pitbull | XXL Pitbull

Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Sat Aug 23, '14 4:44pm PST 
I feel it is the inviroment vs the training though training can be a factor the rest I am not going to argue with since I have only raised one and she is the sweetist dog I have ever owned next to my sheperd and mix pikalab
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Service & Therapy Dogs > Service dog | blue pitbull | XXL Pitbull
Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Sat Aug 23, '14 3:44pm PST 
I agree guess I have a American Staff. Bull terrier and a lot of people mistake her for a pit bull.
They are in the same family but 1 breed devides them. A staff. bull dog can and will reach that much if not more. When worked and raised well. What I saw from the site they are labeling the dog
wrong they are at least showing the healthy pictures of the dogs. I worry though cause everytime I go to my face book (cause I am affilliated to some rescues) I open up to a lot of these beautiful dogs being slaughtered and horrifyingly abused. I am may effend people hear by saying that to breed dogs when there are beautiful animals out there needing good homes is sad and thoughtless.
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