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MY Clinical Issues. I have POTS Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, a ailment that impacts the autonomic anxious technique (together with my heart) and causes me to faint between other indicators. It comes from EDS Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. Among the other clinical problems. I do have PTSD as well from childhood sexual assault that lasted about 10 years. But my fainting is relevant to my POTS and I can faint at any time, everywhere that I have been standing or walking also extended. In essence my heart won’t pump my blood appropriate and it swimming pools in my legs and I go out.

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20 comments

  1. I would just like to say, you look beautiful as a blonde💜

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  2. PawsandLove is non-binary, and prefers They/Them pronouns, just so you know c:

    They don't mind she/her if you forget but I thought I'd let you know for future reference!

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  3. Just a quick question that I’m a little confused. For airlines if I tell them “he’s medical alert” and they ask to see a doctors note am I allowed to say no? He’s medical alert, mobility and psych so I’m confused in what I’m allowed to do in that situation just say no and show them laws or???

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  4. If no identification anyone can have a dog and claim it’s a service dog, you need to have proof……

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  5. Businesses do have the right to ask for identification. Stop lying and making up shit.

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  6. He’s adorable

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  7. Max is so cute 😆

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  8. Do you watch Drew lynch dog vlogs.

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  9. 18:41 Its Canadian id for the owner of the service dog (British Columbia)

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  10. How you felling

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  11. The library one was in Alberta, Canada – we have ID cards up here but I don't think businesses are supposed to ask for them

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  12. Awwwww sorry the store owners don’t want piss and shit in there stores

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  13. Thank you for your videos and the opportunity to have a public dialogue about service animals. We are seeing more and more service animals, which is a good thing. I am hoping you would address one of the other videos where you are shopping and are frequently upset by other shoppers who make mistakes of talking to your dog or acknowledging it in some manner. of course, that is not the correct response to a service dog. But why would you constantly make threats of arrest (in the comment section) about it? The standard for arrest would be that it is “willful interference”. It is important that the state of mind be taken into consideration when speaking of having police involved. None of what I saw met that standard. These people were just simply seeing a dog and making a comment without thought. They need education, but certainly not the threat of arrest.

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  14. I have learned so much about ADA law watching your videos! Thank you so much for educating the public!

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  15. Actually Dom in Canada Alberta (Calgary) we do have service dog ID cards- that man who was denied to the library with a follow up video was right. The alberta government does not recognize a service dog unless it has passed a public access test- they then send you an identification card with your photo and your dog- with listed as a service dog or guide dog. If you dont have that card you arent protected under our laws and rights and arent consider a fully trained service dog (so service dogs in training can be rejected access). This applies to program trained and owner trained, Im owner training Cai and I found this out and was quite shocked myself. The cards expire after 10 years/when the dog washes and have to be sent back to the government. The card just can be used if needed to prove its a service dog by Alberta's government standard if a law issue came up- but is not required to show.

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  16. Hey service dog paws im here to writing you because I crossed a video of a guy about gis service dog idk if they way the dog was acting is normal for a service dog. His YouTube video calles pizza hut employee grabs my phone!!! By docota https://youtu.be/c3hGwaZmmGc

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  17. OMG they do have paper work

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  18. I wonder if anyone from ADA ever watches these videos. And are there educational videos on YouTube? You guys are doing a great job of keeping the public informed. I am working toward a service dog myself. And that last video of the lady so upset really touched my heart.

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  19. Keep in mind the news people said "registered" not the veteran(or atleast it sounded like that to me?) so maybe the vet doesnt claimed its registered only the news team did.

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  20. Awwwwww it's obvious max loves you so so much AWWWWW 😀🤗😘 X

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