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Service Dogs

dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 13,249

I heard this this morning on the way to Cardiac Rehab.

If a Service dog leaves their owner to find help, that means to the person that the rescue dog found, they should follow the dog back to the owner.   Sort of like the old Lassie days.

I guess this happened in NYC the other day and the person who the service dog was coming up to, keep on pushing the dog away and was afraid of it.

Service dogs generally wear their vests.   So, in the future, IF you ever see a rescue dog without their owner, that means the dog is looking for someone to help them.

Amazing.  But then again, pets are

Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
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