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Emotional Support Dog at the Gym

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  • suziblues2000suziblues2000 Posts: 515Member Member Posts: 515Member Member
    "...goes over and smells the butt of people doing floor work and gets in the face of someone doing handstand pushups. "

    Umm, no. No. Nope.
  • jazzy550jazzy550 Posts: 264Member Member Posts: 264Member Member
    A real therapy dog doesn't get distracted to sniff people and equipment. So if this dog can be in the gym I guess I can bring in a snake, or a bird or a rat? Maybe this lady should work out at home.
  • nutmegoreonutmegoreo Posts: 15,239Member Member Posts: 15,239Member Member
    Motorsheen wrote: »

    I had this patch sewn onto a ball cap for myself when I go out into public.

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    .... thing is, I don't even own a dog.


    Were you getting a lot of people petting you without asking?
  • nutmegoreonutmegoreo Posts: 15,239Member Member Posts: 15,239Member Member
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    nutmegoreo wrote: »
    Motorsheen wrote: »

    I had this patch sewn onto a ball cap for myself when I go out into public.

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    .... thing is, I don't even own a dog.


    Were you getting a lot of people petting you without asking?

    unfortunately, no.


    I see the patch as more of a request than a deterrent.

    Has it helped? Maybe you need another one that makes it clear you only bite on request.
  • RGv2RGv2 Posts: 5,777Member Member Posts: 5,777Member Member
    vanityy99 wrote: »
    Dogs are gross but that little horsey or pony is so cute, I prefer that all day.

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