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20 comments

  1. Thank you! While we are still an in training team, I have been thinking about this and I just lost my job so I have been thinking "what happens when he is fully trained?" I am wondering if it would be best to let them know after you are hired and what accomedations would be required or if its best to wait until fully trained 100% before lett8ng them know? If anyone has an advice about that please let me know! Of course I am looking for a job that both and my service dog can do but I didn't know if anyone can advise me either way.

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  2. Thanks you! This is helpful.

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  3. Sooooooo….my service dog is still in training and isn't completely public access ready, but is mostly. She knows all the basics very well and is overall well behaved. But since she's still working on stuff, should I bring her to my interview? I have one tomorrow. I know its my choice, but I'd still like your opinion. Right now I plan on not bringing her to any interviews or jobs until I begin school which is when I think she'll be completely ready. What are your thoughts on this?

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  4. hey I'm a 14 year old girl from Toronto and I'm getting a GSD I'm legally blind and I want to self train my pup to be a Dog guide. is that aloud? I know basically how to do it.

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  5. During my interview my dog was having a bad day. He was rolling itching his back on the floor under the table, thankfully where the recruiter could not see. we still ended up getting the job though and your videos definitely helped!

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  6. I'm glad to hear you're doing well. I found the video very useful. I'm at the beginning of my service dog journey and find out daily it seems about something else I need him for. The details you share about adapting to service dog life help me a lot.

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  7. What should you/can you do if your sd is the specific reason for not getting a job that you are clearly over qualified for?

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  8. EWWWWW! I hate this camera, it over saturates everything and my teeth look disgustingly yellow here…. 🙁 (I promise they're not really.) I literally can't watch this video through it's so gross.

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  9. Hey! i would like to know if you have ever taken or SD to collage.This year i will be taking my SD to school with me and im in highschool. It will be my 1st time taking one. Any tips on how i should do that?

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  10. One question I do have is, what do you do/say when someone says "I'm actually allergic to your dog"? I've encountered this only twice both times I've had full blown panic attacks from just my anxiety and self consciousness building up to an all time high. The second time I actually passed out. I feel bad they have allergies but I can't really go anywhere without my boy

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  11. You got me at the end!! I can't stop laughing I am not DEAD. 😂

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  12. Well, you see like your doing better!!!!! I count that as a very good plus. I hope you and Bugsby had a great christmas and a good new year as well.

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  13. Thanks for this vlog! My boyfriend has a service dog and he is starting to apply for jobs, and I'm going to pass this on to him.

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  14. Ty so much for the tips!

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  15. Thank you so much for this video. As a new SD handler who has just started trying to get back into the job force, you just answered a ton of my questions. I have been going on interviews with my boy, but even though the interviews went great, I had all the qualifications they were seeking, I still haven't gotten any offers. I do always let people know that I will have my service dog with me when we set up the interview, and so far I have only had one cancel. They later called me back and set up the interview.

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  16. I've missed your vlogs! I love seeing your smiling face!
    Do you have a new camera? Maybe it's the lighting. Idk but this video quality is phenomenal.

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  17. I have not heard this rumor. But very much happy to see your smiling face. Your videos have been hugely helpful to myself and my s.d.i.t. We appreciate you sharing your knowledge. Will keep you in my prayers. Katie Jo

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  18. First off, thank you for all your videos. I am getting my PTSD service dog in February and your videos have been so helpful. I'm a veterinary technician so I have a lot of knowledge the average person wouldn't as far as health/wellness, but the service dog world is so new to me. I know every dog and every handler is going to need different things, but what are some things/gear you would put on a "must have" list for a new service dog handler to have? And favorite/best brands? What are those little things that you wouldn't think to have, but are truly necessary? And are there vlogs, Facebook groups/people you suggest following for connecting with other service dog handlers?

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  19. hi sweetie I am so happy to see your beautiful face I've been worried about you you are looking wonderful as always sending you love and light and healing energy for the new year from Echo the SD and me <3

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  20. This was soooooooo helpful!!!!' Thank you so much, and we're on earth did this whole death rumor start!😂😂

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