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Blue Lacys As Service Dogs~

1) When walking in public, your dog must obey your commands and not be distracted by outside influences, noise or other animals and people.

2) While entering a building, your dog should walk beside you. The dog’s attention should not be diverted nor should it want to investigate other areas of the building

3) When exiting a vehicle or public modes of transportation, your dog should exit with you or wait until you give a signal for the dog to exit.

4) Inside a building or public transportation the dog should not be distracted by other people or try to go to them. Most people realize it is improper to pet a service animal. The animal should not want attention from other persons surrounding you.

5) In a restaurant, your dog should be comfortable on the floor beside you or under the table. The dog should not be expecting food from the table and should not be startled by foot traffic in a restaurant.

6) When a person, adult or child approaches your dog to pet them. The dog should look to you for guidance. The dog should allow petting by others without any aggressive behavior

7) Your dog should obey all commands without hesitating. Sit and stay should be a onetime command

8) If for some reason you drop your dogs leash, as soon as you command the dog must stop and wait for you to regain control.

The forgoing information is just a general guideline for working with your dog in public. The most important thing is that you have full control of your dog at all times. *www.servicedogsamerica.org

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