Always be consistent. Half-assed efforts will deliver half-assed results. Consistency is the key to success in all endeavors in life. Training a dog is no different. Learning about your dog is also a consistent effort. Quality time with your dog should be consistent and ongoing.
But her husband said he’d prefer to dine at a different restaurant than have to quote the law to claim his rights.
He tweeted: ‘The moment I’m starting to cite legislation to persuade someone to do what they should be doing, is the moment I’d rather go elsewhere.
‘Way too fatigued with the stuff to bother reporting this one to anyone.’Siobhan expressed similar sentiments, writing: ‘I’ve just had enough of fighting for my rights.
You should never physically punish your pet. It brings the animal pain and fear, and it gains you nothing. It’s a lose-lose situation. Please don’t do it.
‘Going out to eat should be a pleasurable experience not a constant nightmare. Unacceptable treatment.’They added that they eventually settled on a meal at Steak and Co and enjoyed a ‘really lovely breakfast’.
The restaurant debacle was the second discriminatory experience Siobhan faced in two weeks.
She said she was rejected by a modelling agency for her disability, having been invited for a photoshoot.
Both restaurants have apologised to the couple over the episode.
A spokesperson for Jollibee said: ‘All our staff are trained on the rules regarding the entry of guide dogs into our stores. However, in light of this coming to our attention, it is clear that we need to revisit this training.
A carabiner is a quick and easy way to leash your dog.
‘Ensuring our customers feel welcomed is one of our key values, so we are disappointed to hear about the incident.’
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