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“Scooter” the Burlington General public Educational institutions Support Pet



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In addition to providing Provider Puppies directly for people with a disability, the NEADS corporation in Princeton, MA also trains Support Puppies for lecturers, therapists, courthouse configurations and other walks of lifestyle. These canine assistants are matched with universities to assist function with learners and lecturers in relieving tension and other therapeutic conditions.

10 comments

  1. NOT A SERVICE DOG ITS EITHER A THERAPY DOG OR AN EMOTIONAL SUPPORT DOG 🐕😡😡😡😡😡

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  2. “He is a great dog” “he can jump” haha. This is not a fucking service dog. “Assistant dog” there is no such flipping thing. Schools are not supposed to be welcoming. Service dogs have one handler not a whole fucking school. Also tricks and tasks are two different things. Sending this message out is basically shitting on service dogs. And sending out the message that everyone can pet a service dog is illegal. It is distracting the dog from their handler. As an owner of a service dog in training this is one real sad message. By call this dog a service and imprinting this message as service dogs are ok to be petted is wrong. Service dog are not meant to be distracted and distracting one can cause a lot of damage to the dog and their handler as well is breaking the federal ADA law. And can be severely fined

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  3. Another fake! Great! He might be trained but he's not a service dog. Shame on that lady. Oh yah sure he can do tricks that don't make him a service dog!

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  4. Though Scooter isn't a service dog, there are dogs known as 'facility dogs' that can be just as highly trained as service dogs, but work with multiple people, like in a hospital, doctor's office or a special needs classroom- like Scooter!

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  5. Therapy do not service dog stop saying untrained dogs are trained dogs and the dog needs to get out of the chair

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  6. Let me start out by saying this, I love the idea of you guys having a dog on campus that helps students!! BUT, the fact that you call him a service dog is spreading false information. A.D.A. law states that service dogs work for one particular handler, As well as always have to be on leash and can not be separated from there handler. I know that if i had a therapy dog on campus that that would help a lot of kids, but calling this dog a service dog is giving people the idea that service dogs are something that there not.

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  7. Such a great idea. Expose kids who aren't fortunate enough to have a dog to what a great companion they can be.

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  8. Therapy dog maybe? ESA maybe?this dog is NOT a service dog. However, a service dog can be used for asthma as well as many other "invisible" disabilities. The dog can be trained to alert to episodes, retrieve an inhaler if a handler has an attack when they are sleeping or wake their handler up. The dog can also alert to the s mell or presence of a trigger for the asthma attack as well. Just because you can't see the dogs purpose doesn't mean it isn't there. For example I have a service dog for cardiac alert due to a bad vagus nerve that causes low blood pressure drops and syncope episodes if my blood pressure gets too low not to mention i get very sick and my service dog is trained to alert and provide and get assistance in these times among other things that I have. ESAS are not service animals and I agree this is BS however. Just saying Ray Mahlberg you are clearly an ignorant piece of garbage for assuming things that a service dog can and can't help with you are very ill informed if you think a service dog is only for people with wheelchairs because the dog is to make life easier for someone with a disabling condition. you could say a person in a wheelchair could hit the handicap door button themselves or user pinchers to pick things up or have a motorized wheelchair versus a dog that pulls one. A blind person could use a cane right? But having an all in one tool such as a dog would be easier just as having a dog trained to wake you up during an asthma attack or similar would be easier and more liberating than being hooked to a machine. So kindly fuck off.

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  9. that would be an esa not a service dog hate to say but a service dog must accompany a disabled handler and must provide a task to help its handler emotional support is not a task sorry

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  10. Not a service dog

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