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Service dogs I want one!

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/13/2012 09:06 PM
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Service dogs I want one!
I am wondering if anyone has any advice on getting a service dog. I would prefer a German Shepard. I do not have and dis abilities so I will need advice on what I should claim in order to qualify. I just want to take a highly trained dog with me everywhere. I would also prefer the government to pay for it for me. What up?
CeeLite

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12/13/2012 09:28 PM

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Re: Service dogs I want one!
The govt doesn't give them out for free people who raise and train them do but there are long waiting lists. Why not just train a dog yourself? Wouldn't that be easier and faster?
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12/13/2012 09:31 PM
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Re: Service dogs I want one!
I am wondering if anyone has any advice on getting a service dog. I would prefer a German Shepard. I do not have and dis abilities so I will need advice on what I should claim in order to qualify. I just want to take a highly trained dog with me everywhere. I would also prefer the government to pay for it for me. What up?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1501427


any dog can be a service dog.
no, the gubberment doesn't provide them for you.
buy a dog that can be trained to assist you in the way that you need.
get the good citizen certificate and service dog tags. they have to be renewed every year.

i have a newfoundland. he's still a pup and in training (he's 8 months old).
he's the best for me because he is big and smart.

:bandit3:

this site might help:

www.freemypaws.com
CeeLite

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12/13/2012 09:33 PM

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The govt doesn't give them out for free people who raise and train them do but there are long waiting lists. Why not just train a dog yourself? Wouldn't that be easier and faster?
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Found this, hope this helps:
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12/13/2012 09:34 PM
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Not only can any dog be a service dog but you don't need any official documents to prove it. Businesses legally cannot ask you the ailment you suffer from, what the dog is trained to do, and there are no official credentials that need to be presented. You can even have a service animal for anxiety disorder!

The only requirement is that the dog is well trained, quiet, and doesn't shit or piss indoors.

If your dog is well behaved, claim it is a service animal, get a jacket for it so people won't ask you, and you can take him/her anywhere.

Its' the one life hack I've figured out so far.
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12/13/2012 09:39 PM
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Re: Service dogs I want one!
Not only can any dog be a service dog but you don't need any official documents to prove it. Businesses legally cannot ask you the ailment you suffer from, what the dog is trained to do, and there are no official credentials that need to be presented. You can even have a service animal for anxiety disorder!

The only requirement is that the dog is well trained, quiet, and doesn't shit or piss indoors.

If your dog is well behaved, claim it is a service animal, get a jacket for it so people won't ask you, and you can take him/her anywhere.

Its' the one life hack I've figured out so far.
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this is correct.
but, as a handler of a service dog, it is best to have that good citizen's certification and service dog ID tags for liability purposes. just in case... seriously.
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12/13/2012 09:46 PM
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opie's just GLP race trolling..

he gonn lie bout da dis, and git one free. what up indeed.

fuck you troll granny
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12/13/2012 09:50 PM
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Re: Service dogs I want one!
I am wondering if anyone has any advice on getting a service dog. I would prefer a German Shepard. I do not have and dis abilities so I will need advice on what I should claim in order to qualify. I just want to take a highly trained dog with me everywhere. I would also prefer the government to pay for it for me. What up?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1501427


any dog can be a service dog.
no, the gubberment doesn't provide them for you.
buy a dog that can be trained to assist you in the way that you need.
get the good citizen certificate and service dog tags. they have to be renewed every year.

i have a newfoundland. he's still a pup and in training (he's 8 months old).
he's the best for me because he is big and smart.

:bandit3:

this site might help:

www.freemypaws.com
 Quoting: Salt


Wow awesome dog.
samanthasunflower

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12/13/2012 09:59 PM

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It's my understanding that the service dogs for the blind are retired when they reach a certain age. They are then available to be adopted.

You would have to find the organization that adopts them out and then get on their waiting list. But if your going to pretend to need a companion animal, you might as well get one that's already trained.

I will I could take my fur kids more places. We have to many restrictions against dogs in society.
Anonymous Coward
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12/18/2012 09:29 PM
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It is people like you that make it difficult for people with disabilities servicedogs save lives shameon you for trying to take that away from them
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02/20/2013 05:06 PM
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Re: Service dogs I want one!
I am wondering if anyone has any advice on getting a service dog. I would prefer a German Shepard. I do not have and dis abilities so I will need advice on what I should claim in order to qualify. I just want to take a highly trained dog with me everywhere. I would also prefer the government to pay for it for me. What up?
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First off, thats highly illegal. You could have your dog taken from you and euthanized, as well as lose your social security and perhaps spend some time in jail where I would hope you stay for a VERY long time.

Second off, you're making the lives of REAL service dog teams harder, and quite frankly I take offense to that. My life is hard enough as it is without people like you around.

You want a service dog? Then you have to deal with the disabilities that go with it, and you have to live knowing that those disabilities could very well kill you. You have to feed your dog before you feed yourself. You have to pick up your dogs poop with a plastic bag when he/she potties out in public. Ask any REAL service dog handler. We'll all tell you in a heartbeat that if we could have our disabilities cured and not have to take our dogs everywhere, we'd all say yes.

I can't function without my LEGITIMATE service dog. I need my dog, you don't. End of story.
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02/20/2013 05:10 PM
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Re: Service dogs I want one!
Not only can any dog be a service dog but you don't need any official documents to prove it. Businesses legally cannot ask you the ailment you suffer from, what the dog is trained to do, and there are no official credentials that need to be presented. You can even have a service animal for anxiety disorder!

The only requirement is that the dog is well trained, quiet, and doesn't shit or piss indoors.

If your dog is well behaved, claim it is a service animal, get a jacket for it so people won't ask you, and you can take him/her anywhere.

Its' the one life hack I've figured out so far.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21160675


this is correct.
but, as a handler of a service dog, it is best to have that good citizen's certification and service dog ID tags for liability purposes. just in case... seriously.
 Quoting: Salt


If you're a legit SD handler, why the hell are you encouraging illegal activity that is only going to make our lives harder?

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