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The United States Service Dog Registry

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Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Sat Apr 13, '13 9:01pm PST 
I agree Bianca some can, I also do that but I also use better matterals so that they do last better.
I have been exspearamenting on stuff cause as I said I did not want anyone to loose Sadie, if I happen to become uncommunative in a sudden illness situation. I have seen this and read to many horra stories about it. I try to work on Stuff I can alter and add too etc. Right now I am working on Bug out stuff so I want to do that kind of thing but with more info like Bianca said.
I have some general stuff on most of her stuff but important enough to get her the proper attention and to go where I feel she would be safe. (Or with the person I would feel her to be safe with.) I feel like she would be lost easly. I think all SD handlers should have some sort of ID for their dogs for emergency situations but I don't believe it should be used for an entrance situation or asked for one for entrance.
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Isaac

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Barked: Sun Apr 14, '13 12:13pm PST 
One problem with this company is that anyone can buy a registration from them. It in no way means your dog is a real service dog. Your dog might be, but I could registered a stuffed dog as a service dog with them. They do nothing to confirm that I am even disabled or that my dog has any training whatsoever. So many dishonest people that just want to take their pets into public places buy a registration from them.

Another problem is that many business owners will think if one person with a service dog has an ID like this, all should. They don't realize it basically a scam and anyone can register a dog, even if it's not really a service dog. So that does make things difficult for people with real service dogs that don't want to spend money for a useless "registration" kit.
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Crazy Sadie- Lady

Im a SD and- proud of it so- there!!!!
 
 
Barked: Sun Apr 14, '13 5:59pm PST 
Angel I am so happy to see a like breed since you look a lot like Sadie my service dog.
I hope you have noticed that Likeness...
I am really ambivlent about this program with American reg. that sells their ID pack since yeah you made a point that it is too exspensive. I feel that a town reg. is more then you need and that is free for SDs when you have a doc. sign all the papers.
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