Well, it looks like the carnival is up. There are some interesting entries. I think it’s fascinating that a lot of us said the same thing, that we consider a lot of our mistakes just that, mistakes, or lessons, but not regrets. Go check it out when you’re not enjoying Canada Day stuff.
I got this on a mailing list. It’s a video for paramedics about helping service dog teams when an ambulance is called, and I thought it was kinda neat. I learned a few things too, like I didn’t even know about those open grating things and how they can cut paws. Tansy was one lucky […]
I saw this article about an electronic harness that a service dog can wear that they can use to communicate with us, and thought so many things. My first thought, after reading only the title, was “if they could pull this off, that would be freakin cool! How would this work?” Then I thought about […]
Well that didn’t take long. the eighth round of the Assistance Dog Blog Carnival is up. March on over and checkout the posts.
Considering I just finished flying, this story gives me chills. Apparently United doesn’t just break guitars, and spirits, they break service animals too. Jim Stanek, a war veteran with a service dog, says that two United Airlines workers kicked his dog. Kicked? Why in the name of all that’s holy would you do that? Now […]
So yeah…I haven’t posted for nearly two weeks. Definite fail…although failing at blogging seems to be a regular occurrence for me now. I think, *knocks on wood* that I’m out of the medical woods. I feel better, and bunches of my problems appear to be vanishing. It’s funny. I’ve had this since I was a […]
The other day I came to a realization that I just had to right down. Ok, everybody who has a dog knows this. If they’ve been working to train a dog, and the dog’s getting the message that a certain behaviour, like counter surfing or picking stuff up off the floor or chewing on stuff […]
>Well, here it is. The Assistance Dog Blog Carnival is up. It got delayed due to some pretty hard personal stuff she had to deal with, but it’s up. So go hop about, learn some stuff and meet some new people.
>Back a bit ago, I wrote a post for the second Assistance Dog Blog Carnival. Now, the carnival is live. So you can read about every kind of decision imaginable to do with having a service dog. There’s a lot of reading, so hop around, make some new friends, all that great stuff. Most importantly, […]
>I really don’t know where time is going. It seems like I just wrote a post for the Assistance Dog Blog Carnival. Now it’s time to write another one. Well, It’s due on the 17th, but ya know. Close enough. This topic is decisions. I looked at that blog topic and thought what in the […]