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Re: 100/100/100 Ride [Re: ricochetrider] #770987
04/14/19 8:06 am
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Originally Posted by ricochetrider
We have a lot of veterans of various wars around here. Elsewhere, people might "fake" service dogs but there are damn few, if any fakes going on around here. Service dogs help veterans of wars in assorted ways, not just hearing or sight impaired people. Cynthia was involved in the testing of service dogs in their various training aspects for a short while. The stuff these dogs do for their owners is amazing and not only helpful but at times, critical.



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Re: 100/100/100 Ride [Re: Lannis] #771020
04/14/19 4:37 pm
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We've probably all seen people with handicapped "hang tags" who don't seem particularly unable. A person who truly needs THAT parking space will get a real license tag from their doctor, and the state DMV - forgoing the easily faked "hang tag".

I'm saying I've never once seen a service dog wearing a "fake" vest taking a dump in Walmart -or any service dog that seemed even remotely fake. I can't testify to your (nor any others') experience; just relatiing my own.


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Re: 100/100/100 Ride [Re: ricochetrider] #771132
04/15/19 3:43 pm
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Originally Posted by ricochetrider
I'm saying I've never once seen a service dog wearing a "fake" vest taking a dump in Walmart -or any service dog that seemed even remotely fake.

That is one way you can tell - a REAL service dog WILL NOT take a dump while in service, especially inside a building. That's part of the training regimen.


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Re: 100/100/100 Ride [Re: ricochetrider] #771147
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Originally Posted by ricochetrider
Lannis

I'm saying I've never once seen a service dog wearing a "fake" vest taking a dump in Walmart -or any service dog that seemed even remotely fake. I can't testify to your (nor any others') experience; just relating my own.


Me too. That's one good thing about discussions; we can share our experiences. I've had experiences and been places and seen things that you haven't seen or experienced. And you've seen things and been places and had experiences that I haven't ever done and don't know about.

Add it all up and we ALL know a little more ....

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Re: 100/100/100 Ride [Re: BeezaBryan] #771158
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