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I thought it would be good to make a movie of Lady and what we go as a result of each day! Come to feel totally free to request inquiries and I will check out to tackle them! Keep in mind, not all service animals and homeowners are the exact so my input is from my private activities!

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  1. Hey I am trying to understand what you mean about the seizure alert. Could that be used for PTSD/panic attacks? Also, I have been trying so hard to find a hiking backpack like that for my dog. Do you happen to know of any websites that would have something close to yours? Thank you so much for your insight.

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  2. Thank you so much for the video.

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  3. Hi Brooke I have syncope due to silent migraines and I am currently training my service dog and I was wondering if you have any tips for me? Thank you!

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  4. This is great guidance, Brooke. I'm in the process of becoming a service dog specifically for children with special needs, any specific advice for that?

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  5. Hi! My friends service dog is pretty close to retirement and they are getting a new service dog in December. She is kinda embarrassed to have a service dog with her and I was wondering if you had any tips to make her feel better about bringing her dog to school and public places. Thx for reading!

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  6. I know this will sound extremely weird but where do you go to get diagnosed with something or like go to get qualified to get a service dog? I met this lady the other day saying she just went to the doctor and was diagnosed with something (cant remember) and was qualified to have a service dog even though it was misbehaving badly. I'm also just curious lol
    btw you're super cute xD

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  7. a femer bone helps dogs teeth and breath what do u think wolves in the wild do theres no one brushing a wolves teeth

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  8. i think you mean deep pressure therapy which is a task for a service dog

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  9. cuddling is not a task the service dog website states it

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  10. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. My husband finally agreed we could have a dog. We wanted to adopt a older dog that was very good temperament wise. We are owner training her to be a service dog. For the three of us. Because my daughter is a teen, we felt a older dog was ok. Ellie, our dog, is 7 and in wonderful health. The owner trained her so very well. So all we have to do is train her to stay, down, and ignore. Yes we as a family collectively have medical conditions that will allow us to have a service dog. Any tips on ways to owner train. I am trying to get as much info as possible.thank you

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  12. I hope your "task" of keeping calm is just your way of avoiding saying what your disability is. Because it's right in the ADA law that calming is not a task. Thus if the dog is just there to calm you, it's an emotional support animal not a service dog. Emotional support animals cannot go into stores.
    The work or task a dog has been trained
    to provide must be directly related to the person’s disability.
    Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional
    support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
    http://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.pdf

    I completely understand if you're just not wanting to let people know you're issues. But i don't want you to end up in trouble if you weren't informed properly and are taking an ESA in the stores.

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  13. I know this question has been answered, but I need a more in-depth answer. I have an anxiety disorder, as well as syncope and I have an 11 month old daughter (you probably see my need for a service dog here). I do obedience training for people and wanted to train my own service dog as I feel competent enough to do this (and I have all the time in the world). However, I have been trying to find and learn the laws about it and what all I have to do. I saw that in Texas (where I live) it says service dogs have to be trained by a recognized (approved) organization. That is my only problem because I have a doctor's note/prescription to have a service dog, but I don't have the thousands it takes to have them professionally trained. I have seen both that the dog has to be certified, and that she doesn't and the good citizenship test is more of insurance in case the dog bites someone (which a true service dog should never do.) I really really need help on this, I just want to do things legally but it's confusing. I can't do things on my own and working with dogs helps me more than anything in the world. Am I just out of luck because I don't have the money?

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  14. Super enjoying your video!  I'm checking you out from Nashville, Tennessee.  I've seen a few service dogs in action.  I was active duty for a while and seen a few soldiers get their own dogs.  Pretty cool being in a company formation with a dog in it.  Anyway, very informative video.  Thank you for posting this video.  I have liked and subscribed to your channel.  Feel free to pay me a visit.  I am the GREAT AMERICAN SPOTLIGHT – KATTYA HEREDIA

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  15. if you are personal training your dog to be a service dog, can you bring them into a store if you get a vest saying "in training" ??

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  16. I know you said you did service training for Lady on your own, but I was wondering, did you enroll Lady in puppy and adult obedience training (basically to cover the "canine good citizen test"), or did you do all of that precursor training on your own? I'm interested in training my own service dog and I'm wondering if I should do actual obedience classes or handle that on my own (I raised a labrador for 13 years previously). I know a huge benefit to the classes is the puppy gets a lot of socialization, but I'm wondering how you handled that process and if you can give me any advice.

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  17. HI! i think im from the same state as you… I was wondering if I could get more info about how to get and or learn to train my own service Dog. We have to two year old Shih Poo but shes attached to me mother and not me very much unfortunately…

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  18. Did you train your dogs or did you get them from somewhere? I have a 4 year old autistic child and I wanted to train our lab for him. I need help and how to videos so we can train him at home.

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  19. I've been working on training my own service dog using clicker training. I learned to always have bags on you today

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  20. thanks brooke!

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  21. I use the tropiclean gel instead of tooth brushing

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  22. Thank you for your service in the military 😊

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  23. sticks & rawhides are very dangerous for dogs…just putting it out there. Love you and your dog though you look like an awesome team! My german shepherd and I are not that far yet she is 10 months old and pain in the behind right now 🙁

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  24. I am also living in south texas. I am starting to train my American Pit bull as a service dog to help me deal with Anxiety, panic attacks and sympoms of bipolar depression. she does well in the store but still needs lots of work. I applyed to service dog express for help in her training. do you have any expieranc with this group.

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  25. the tail is up, that seems to elicit the feeling that there was no abuse

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  26. self training with a dog is always the best as long as it yours

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  27. thank you so much for your video. I experience many of the same things you described, including people questioning my need for a dog, and I really appreciate you and your openness because now I know it's part of the joy of having a service doggie

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  28. my service dog likes the peanut butter flavored toothpaste

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  29. can you self-train a dog to fit your disabilities only and they still be considered a "legit" service dog? Cause I can't have a professional and I would much rather do it myself :/

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  30. DO people usually choose the dog's breed when they need a service dog OR is it just random?
    Just curious☺

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