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09-06-2014 07:14 AM
JakodaCD OA so sorry keep on trying there is something out there just for you
09-05-2014 08:49 PM
kburrow11 Sadly, I didn't get the job.
09-04-2014 05:26 PM
Cheyanna Did you get the job? I hope so. I have seen a couple of service dogs at work in retail stores. They just lay there. Most important thing to do is to not let people pet her when she is at work. This was so hard when Fiona was a puppy, because she was so cute and people would want to pet her and play with her. I let them and it sent our training back a little. The trainer says when she wears her vest she is working and not a play thing.
08-27-2014 01:46 PM
ApselBear Good luck!
08-26-2014 03:31 PM
JakodaCD OA thats great that they will let you bring vida to work, if you get the job I'll bet you'll be the most popular cashier there! (or vida will))
08-26-2014 01:55 PM
wolfy dog "Our" Home Depot has several employees with disabilities and all their employees are friendly towards the dogs from customers. I hope you'll get the job. Let us know.
08-26-2014 12:46 PM
brightspot I'm keeping my fingers crossed!
08-26-2014 12:42 PM
kburrow11 Just had the interview - it went pretty well. They were fine with me bringing Vida, they know she'll be coming to work with me, and I'll find out by next Tuesday whether I got the job.
08-26-2014 11:45 AM
Rangers_mom I would call the organization that is training her and ask what they recommend. I know the laws are different for a dog in training and a trained service dog. I trained a Seeing Eye dog and I did not have the right to take him everywhere but once he was trained the owner had the right to take him just about everywhere. Since you will be the person using the service dog after she is trained it complicates the situation but I bet the organization training her will be able to provide practical and legal advice.

FYI - I laughed at your dogs name because my MIL and SIL are named Vida. It is an unusual name.
08-26-2014 11:13 AM
Wild Wolf Yeah, if she is going to be accompanying you to work they need to know about her. Also, taking her to the interview will give you the opportunity to show that she is well behaved, quiet, and won't be causing trouble. Do inform them prior that you have a SDiT, though.
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