|Barked: Tue Mar 6, '12 8:27pm PST |
|I had an appointment a few days ago with a psychiatric nurse, to get an assessment and figure out meds. Anyway, I brought the concept of Service Dogs, specifically PSDs, and how I will be incorporating one into my treatment plan.
I was happily surprised to find out that she knew what I was talking about, and furthermore has recommended them before! She said she'd be happy to write me the prescription letter.
I'm getting one primarily just to keep on file. Due to the nature of my job, I don't see myself bringing Gypsy to work with me. However, it's possible that I may in the future. I don't fly that often, but I probably will be making a flight in the next year. Lastly, I am moving soon, and may be looking at housing that is not pet-friendly. (I'll have to find somewhere cat-friendly at the minimum, since I have a pet cat.)
How should I have my letter worded to cover each of these: work (possibly will come up), flying (probably will come up), and housing? Gypsy will be doing only psychiatric tasks, as that is my disability, but I DON'T want that in the letter. Is it possible to be vague enough but still include the needed information for the airlines?
Can anyone share what, exactly, their letter of prescription says?
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