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39 comments

  1. What breed is your dog? He is soooo beautiful

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  2. You should have had him wearing the really gay service dog vest. At least you had part of it on his leash.

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  3. Did you just question your gender? Welcome to my world.

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  4. Just to let you know a service dog registry came up in your commercials…don't know if you can control it… just thought I'd let you know. I did send them a politely worded letter about how unethical they are and a story about how their business of "I'd cards" messed with my access rights

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  5. NJ, I have a kind of important question. I need a little help. I recently got in an argument on YouTube. The person with whom I was arguing was trying to convince everyone that owning SDs was completely unethical, that SDs experienced depression and anxiety, that service dogs were slaves, and that it was impossible for a SD to want to work. Is all of that true? I figured you would know. This was all based on a presentation this person had at work featuring trainers from one program training PSDs who admitted some of the dogs experienced depression and anxiety during or after training.

    (Feel free to simply not read the next part or answer my question now, as there is a bit of a rant ahead, but it does give more information. Just a fair warning. And thanks in advance for responding if you do. It means a lot.)
    I tried explaining that depression and anxiety are probably a risk, but that if a dog had issues like these they would be washed or the issues would be taken care of somehow. They told me that because it was a risk, the whole practice of owning SDs was entirely unethical. I tried convincing them that outside of work, SDs usually receive excellent care. I tried suggesting they do research and gain perspective. I even told them to check out your channel, to which they responded that they had gained perspective and that referring them to other channels didn't change the subject of the debate, which was animal rights, even though I wasn’t trying to change said subject. I asked them to at least give me one source supporting their opinion, and they didn't. They seemed to focus on the fact that I kept repeating certain things which they weren't acknowledging along with acknowledging their points, telling me I was repeatedly displaying "cognitive dissonance". I couldn't seem to really get through to them on anything. They just kept saying that SDs were basically slaves, repeating their own points, and telling me I was demonizing them, which I wasn't. And then I politely asked them not to directly approach a handler in a public place with this opinion, and they told me that I was just demonizing them and that I didn't want them sharing their opinions because I thought they were cruel or whatever. That's proabaly just half of it. Basically it was a mess. Ok. So do you think that they were right? Because if they were, I, just spent a while defending the wrong argument I guess lol. I just want your opinion, as I like watching your videos and you are a handler. Thank you so so much. As you can tell I'm a little stressed about the situation and your opinion on the matter means a lot.

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  6. Thank you for the loud sound warning!!!

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  7. I wanted to share this with everyone this is another training resource for more options and ideas to train. https://bit.ly/2KM8aLU NJ is amazing but it has helped my team to use a variety of resources to do trial and error

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  8. I have anxiety and I often have anxiety attacks and public and if I get a license or like some sort of identification for my dog am I allowed to bring her in public places that do not allow dogs

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  9. sees NJ post a video
    Eh I'll watch it later
    Watches the video
    Why didn't I watch this when it was first posted?!

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  10. 0:15 sam i am green eggs and ham <3

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  11. Why is he taking the CGC if his all ready a Service dog??

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  12. Yay go Hero!

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  13. This is awesome! Congrats NJ and Hero! When my girl was a SDiT, she and I took all three levels of the CGC at different times during her training so I could gauge her progress from a third party's evaluation. When I thought she was ready to take the iT off of her SDiT label, I found another AKC CGC evaluator to judge us based on an online Public Access Test that I found. When we passed that, I felt better about calling us a true SD team – I guess in a way it meant it was more 'real' when it came from someone else! Now we compete in Obedience and Rally competitions to make sure her training remains spot-on and to have fun together. She really enjoys it (no vest=off duty=act like a moron!) and I love her even more because she's got such great work ethic and keeps me laughing! I've posted some of our best Rally trials (and a couple of our less-than-great Rally trials!) on my channel!

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  14. Rick is my SDIT. He took his CGC a few weeks ago. With further training and exposure, he just passed both his AKC CGC Community and Urban tests yesterday. He has come such a long way. He is an Olde English Bulldogge. I would also like to say thanks as I use your channel for several references for myself and Rick. Rick is still a child so he has a long way to go still.

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  15. Good job, Hero and NJ!!!!

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  16. Nj go to the hospital to check your birthmark it could be really dangerous.

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  17. He did such a great job I knew he would though. Hero is fantastic at what he does.

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  18. 0:13 me when I accidentally out myself

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  19. Hero did amazing!

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  20. Hey! Just noticed Nj hit 18k congrats NJ

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  21. hero is the definition of "good boi"

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  22. I think I missed something, why does Hero need a test? He is so awesomely behaved. Keep sharing = caring, blessings.

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  23. fyi for those that use collars instead of the harness, check out Dr Dobias free videos, and articles on this.Dog can be injured the same way we can in their necks. Check it out the Dr is an actual vet. Be safe.

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  24. I know this is kinda of random, but google is not helping me. I know there are sd handler and puppy raisers out there so I'm wondering how heavy or tall should a dog be to perform the task "blocking"? Thanks!

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  25. I just got a ad for registering a service dog. (Haven’t watched the video yet :3

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  26. The background sounded weird

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  27. Are you allowed to walk your dog on a gentle leader head halter or does he have to be able to walk on a flat collar

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  28. YAY!!!

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  29. Well done Hero

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  30. Sam I am lol @14

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  31. What a coincidence!! Dorothy has been training for the cgc test too! She does her test on Saturday. She has issues with me leaving for the 3mins out of site.

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  32. I thought you weren't allowed to use anything but a flat collar?
    Edit: Nevermind saw that the leash was on the flar collar lol I thought it was on the harness for some reason

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  33. Anyone else get the service dog Registration ad it’s not real in the US don’t do it it makes it harder for teams

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  34. Just did this test last night with my trainer! It's fun to see other people do it too

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  35. I'm saving this so I know what to work on with my pup, thanks for the great video!! 💕💕

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  36. Grats Hero!

    Not to sure why she was mentioning the stay thing at the end. I'm 99% sure that even under CGC the stay can be done in a sit, down, or standing position. They can pop in and out of either position without it "breaking" the stay. Just as long as they stay in the same spot is all that matters. And really to be honest, if I'm not mistaken they allow the dog to break the stay as long as they stay within like 5 feet of the original location.

    By the way, ANYONE can take the CGC test its not just for service dogs and its pretty inexpensive.

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  37. “Official service dog registry” ad on your video, telling people they are allowed by federal law to take service AND SUPPORT dogs into public! Smfh, fml, I hate everything…

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  38. Wow how messed up is it that there is a resgistriy ad for the vid and tried to pass off a esa as sd I'm do done with these types of ads

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  39. thank you for this, i needed to see it

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