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Onyx, SD

Legitimate- Mobility Dog
 
 
Barked: Tue Sep 18, '12 1:11am PST 
"So, you're saying that if someone has a known disability they can get away with breaking the law as written. Sorry, but no."

Ditto.
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Juno

Super Star Puppy- Cadet
 
 
Barked: Tue Sep 18, '12 4:01am PST 
Of course it is up to the handler to decide when to graduate. For me I chose to use both the Delta Society and IAADP minimum standards as my guide. Until then we used any pet friendly event or area to practice. Also we had a lot of help from different local business. You can do so much at a children's park, or in a shopping center's parking lot. A street fair is always a great place. Even my local Walmart management had said I could train inside on the GM side when I asked if we could work outside with shopping carts and getting used to traffic.
Because she is considered a service dog in the eyes of ADA, Delta Society, and IAADP, yet I feel that because of her age she may have more learning plateaus and adolescent brain fluffies, not to mention that I want her to have so many more experiences under her collar, I say that she is a Service Dog but On the Job Training. She has graduated high school, now she is going through college.
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Bobby

972702
 
 
Barked: Tue Sep 18, '12 9:31am PST 
So, you're saying that if someone has a known disability they can get away with breaking the law as written. Sorry, but no."
They make allowances for it Google it . I have a non disclosure agreement
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Bobby

972702
 
 
Barked: Tue Sep 18, '12 2:02pm PST 
God I hope so!! Keep it Civil
You have never been through the legal system I have 4 times I was only trying to put for my experiences. Anyways I am not going to post anymore on this thread
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Bernadette- 02/05/04 - 09/25/08

Ripped out of my- family\'s arms- too soon

moderator
 
 
Barked: Tue Sep 18, '12 3:04pm PST 
Please keep discussions fun, friendly, and helpful at all times.

Thank you.
Scooter

Work hard; Play- harder.
 
 
Barked: Tue Sep 18, '12 3:17pm PST 
I think you don't understand how a NDA works. Listing a case isn't a violation of a NDA, the statements you have made thus far could be considered disclosure. Either way, in a situation like this, without being able to read the final judgement, anyone who takes your advice is asking for trouble.
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Barked: Tue Sep 18, '12 6:37pm PST 
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