"Disability so to speak?"Originally Posted By: 4dognightI said I believed ...sorry I was wrong so any one could have a dog that helps them and be considered a service dog if they have a disability so to speak.? I find that amazing so that is probably how show dogs get passed off as service dogs and get to fly in cabin. So interesting. Just did not want a problem with her beautiful dog. So I have a question do you need to present to anyone in order to get paper work to have your dog go into stores etc. Or just a vest.? I am very curious I need to look at the service dog sites posted here. Thanks
My dog is niether a show dog nor am I "trying" to pass her off as a fake SD. I have a special note from my physiatrist if people are questioning my service dog. And she does wear a vest that clearly states that she's a SD. And if you didn't read in my OP post, I clearly stated many of the commands she is trained to do.
She sleeps through anything and is very calm. One time I went to the theatre and wathced the Resident Evil 3 movie and I screamed in one of the parts and she slept through the whole thing. At restaurants, she sleeps under the table in tight ball under my feet. She's polite and does her job very well.