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Old 10-08-2016, 07:46 PM
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I am encouraged by this thread and recent similar threads. Here on this forum, many questions are met with solution based critical thinking, research, plus experience sharing.
That's about as good as it gets as a role model for people coming here seeking help for their dog related issues because it models procedures that they can themselves use, both for themselves and their dogs, and for when they reach the point of paying it forward, and are able to help others.
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Thanks for all the responses guys, for those worried about it not being protected under law, it is. I've done a lot of research, the housing unit is more than 4 units. I definitely wanted to wait to show him the letters but I think I might now to help him better understand that this wouldn't just be a pet for me, but something that could really help improve my health and life. I still need to figure out how to start the conversation though as he tends to get very shut off as soon as I bring up the subject.
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I don't think she wants to back grandpa up against a wall and not give him a choice, so hopefully grandpa will be willing to allow the dog. I can't imagine a grandfather not wanting to help a grandchild, and if the dog is registered as a comfort dog, that should be good enough to shut the other tenants up about why that dog is allowed and theirs is not. I have never once been told that my comfort dog is not allowed anywhere I brought him. I think most people understand that traveling with a dog is not the easiest thing to do and most of us wouldn't go through the trouble if it wasn't necessary. Plus I think most people are not assholes about the whole thing and just let it go. The rule is that one's dog MUST behave and if there is any sort of problem the dog has to go.
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