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Snow, the white shepherd, is carrying out his job as an seizure inform canine / epilepsy canine



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Snow the white shepherd carrying out his job as an seizure inform canine / epilepsydog

33 comments

  1. Snow white looks like a truly angel

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  2. God Help this Poor dogs Shitty life looking after this broad EVERY single day Already  !  Right ?

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  3. Exactly behaving like mine. So cute and funny.

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  4. TELL SNOW HE IS A GOOD BOY FOR ME

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  5. White shepherds are just sooo fkn cute

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  6. The whiteGSD is such a wonderful and emphatical dog, I have had one of these, I am missing him so much.

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  7. We do not deserve dogs.

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  8. That's a white German Shepherd no way I have a black one that looks like a polar bear and mine just look like a black baby pig 🐖 , baby bat, and a baby black bear 🐻

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  9. SMH… The laws are international. …. Holy cow! Again Info u should have known

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  10. And please tell me where you have to go every year for this recertification. , I've only been training service dogs for 25 years, have a service dog of my own, and come highly recommended by the ADA.. this yearly thing must have started sometime after 6 p.m. Eastern Standard Time and they forgot to inform me. Somehow I believe that memo wouldn't have gotten lost seeing how I have trained over a thousand dogs throughout the years. And the paperwork involved. Again, like I said just suck up the facts and take the crap down

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  11. Straight facts: the ADA "" who sets the laws and regulations for service animals" the laws are black and white. .
    Anyone who has a service animal is responsible for knowing and complying with the law, which is the FIRST thing you are taught. .
    YOU are the one who labeled your dog as a service dog. I pointed out some very obvious contradictions in which YOU then responded ""still learning / training" again, here comes that crazy law thing again.. IF she was ""in training" then you would have known that you cannot label or call her a SERVICE ANIMAL UNTIL SHE IS FULLY TRAINED, which by your OWN admission you did.. my issue with this is anyone who truly is in the process of having their dog trained as a service animal will not say their animal is a service animal until they are and certainly not say this on any type of public forum what you did. The reason you wouldn't do this is it clearly goes against the laws set by the ADA, and depending on what state you're in local laws as well.. to dumb this down a bit in black and white you are breaking the law. No one who is in the process of getting their animal trained as a service animal would risk this type of negative attention or feedback, nor would they risk putting them self and potential legal trouble. My initial note to you should have been enough for you to open your eyes and see I knew what I was talking about, instead you wanted to try to prove a point that didn't exist, as well as provide more than sufficient evidence to back up my suspicions validating the fact that regardless how intelligent your dogs know is she is not a service dog. Fortunately local and federal government agencies are implementing new laws and stiffer penalties to stop things like this from happening. For whatever reason people tend to think they can label their pet as a service animal teach them a trick or two and their pet becomes a service animal. This is not true. That video is insulting two service dogs who are trained for epilepsy as well as disabled individuals like myself with epilepsy who have a legitimate service dog. Had I just been trying to insult you trust and believe I would have mentioned several other things like what kind of service dog would let their owner get that close to the stairs before alerting because God forbid had you had a seizure with this close as you got before the dog barked you would have more than likely fell down the stairs. So please spare yourself any additional embarrassment before somebody uses your video and this correspondence as an example of what a service dog is not

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  12. I just looked at some of the other correspondence between you and other people. Please for the love of God take down this page. Not only is it making you look bad, but also your dog which to me isn't very fair. as I already told you I have epilepsy which means I have seizures,, and prior to becoming ill I was a nurse practitioner. Service dog does alert me prior to a seizure and I am not doubting the capability of your dog snow learning how to my primary issue with the entire thing is it is very clear that snow is not a service dog!
    This is making you look awful but it's also not doing anything for snow. Last but not least it's showing the whole world that this is not a service dog therefore should not be labeled as one. If nothing else at least change the title to training my dog to be a service animal. Above everything please look into the individual whose supposedly helping you train snow because this information that I just told you should have been shared with you so this wouldn't happen. That tells me the person who claims they are helping you train is not qualified to do so or they would not have allowed you to misrepresent or classify beautiful snow as a service dog, in fact they've allowed you to commit a crime even though it was unintentional.

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  13. I'm truly at a loss for words here…Not only do I have and train service animals, I am also disabled and battle with severe epilepsy myself.
    You have a beautiful pet! I've always been kinda partial to white Shepard's. But to portray her as a service animal saying she was alerting you stay away from the stairs for your safety is extremely frustrating for several reasons.. 1) even someone who has nothing more then general knowledge about dogs can tell your dog was ONLY barking because prompted either by a signal, or the fact the camera was less then an inch from her face. Then and only then did she bark. Over the past few years, several laws have had to be changed, added, and modified because of individuals claiming they had a ""service dog"" when in fact, that wasn't the case. Setting that completely aside, if a disabled individual stumbled on this video while trying to learn about service animals and how they can benefit and work with your disability, your video not only is a misrepresentation of a service dog, but also misrepeputates what and how they alert. Simply put, your video is one of the worst examples of an individual claiming they had a service dog when that's simply not the case. This poor could easily persuade someone inquiring about a service dog to decline. Not only that, you are underselling a Service Dogs True ability. If a service dog waited that long to alert someone to Danger they would fail and be removed from any reputable service animal training facility. With all the problems for those of us who are disabled have to face now because of people making Foss allegations such as I have a service dog I am so pleased that Most states are now implementing laws that if someone claims they have a service dog and there is no medical professional backing this up, it's the same as practicing medicine without a license. For both you and your dog sake, please remove this video or at least retitle it because we both know that this dog is not alerting anyone to move away because there's danger at the stairs. That's not how a service dog alerts especially in that type of environment

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  14. Hi I just want to say!!! I have almost the same dog with the same name! Snow!! At first when he was still a puppy, we would call him Snow-ball…as he mature…his name is now just Snow. Mines seems to be a mix dog(I rescue him off the street during winter so I'm not sure what he is mix with) because he has one white eye and one brown eye. But he don't seem to have a black nose and black color around his lips like the rest…its a light color brown….but he behaves and bark exactly like yours!!! Your dog is my dog's dopperganger! Haha

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  15. My white GSD warns me if I am about to engage in destructive behaviour patterns. it is absolute predictable that he draws attention towards him, reminding me to get back on the right path. I have a very strong bond and in my experience he is a very strong protector against destructive influences. i am pretty sure they see much more than what we humans are able to see. Much is going on around us that keeps influencing us in various directions, so awareness is key.

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  16. Aww how sweet! What an amazing puppy. You are blessed to have him.

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  17. the only different thing from this dog and my dog is that my dog doesnt really understand when we're "going to have a seizure" or something but just wants to play otherwise they're like the exact same dog lol (also i know a dog like this called snow as well)

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  18. 0:25 A little bit of an awkward moment there LOL

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  19. My White Shepherd is called Snow too. Except that instead of saving people's lives, she's trained herself to stealth fart and run, making people think I'm the one who did it.

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  20. it is amazing on one hand to know when one is coming and you are able to get yourself safe and then suck because of the waiting.

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  21. So sweet 🙂

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  22. Dogs, dogs…. God's most generous gift to mankind.

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  23. What a Cute Dog

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  24. Hewie!

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  25. I´d love to know how in the f.fuck are you supposed to train a dog for "seizure alert". Do they have a bunch of people about to have an epileptic attack lying around and they have the dogs "practicing" all the time about what to do? (Half joking, half serious question…)

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  26. it's incredible how intuitive dogs are. These service dogs are life saving. I am blown away. keep up the good work pooches.

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  27. Oh my god what an absolutely perfect dog.

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  28. He is so cute

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  29. Very sweet natured dog

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  30. She is BEAUTIFUL & so protective & loyal!

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  31. I'm 16, and have epilepsy, and I have to get a service dog of my one when I leave the house one day. If I could choose, I'd choose a white German Shepherd just like this one 🙂

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  32. Been watching alot of these, and in every video you can see the dog looking slowly up and down the body, like they are following something within them.

    Amazing creatures.

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  33. Hi! i love your dog and i'm seriously considering getting a swiss shepherd of my own! Just from your own experiences, would u say that your dog has a more even temperament than that of a typical black and tan German shepherd? I am in love with the German shepherd's personality and outgoingness but i want a dog thats a little more toned down in terms of potential agression, and ive heard that that the Swiss Shepherd is exactly that! Plus they are just the most beautiful dogs in the world!

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