Keith Valentine, pictured with Dottie the assistance dog, says he was ‘extremely shaken’ by the ordeal (Picture: Triangle News) A blind customer said he was ‘kicked out’ of a Wetherspoons pub for bringing his guide dog with him.
The dalmatian was originally adopted as just a family pet, but is now training to become an assistance dog for the family’s youngest son (Picture: @rorschachthedalmatian/Mercury Press)‘When he was five weeks old, I planned a surprise visit for Rick to meet him.
Richard Mearns was told he could wait outside while his friend carried on shopping (Picture: Richard Mearns)An ex-British Army medic was left feeling embarrassed and humiliated after a Zara security guard booted him out because of his PTSD support dog.
As they live in Florida, Megan and Nala have been going to Disney World since she was little so she has been trained to deal with crowds, rides and things like fireworks.
Mullens, who suffers from epileptic seizures, wears an electronic bracelet equipped with a panic button. Garth is trained to press the button when he picks up on a scent that accompanies Mullens’ seizures. The cost assistance dogs like Garth is upwards of $22,000 and isn’t always covered by insurance.
Certificates costing £55 a pop will have to be purchased by owners whose animals have had a blood test showing they have been successfully vaccinated against rabies; these tests must be carried out three months before the date of travel.
Rose Barry’s dog Jonty got caught between the train doors as she struggled to board a train (Picture: Caters News Agency) Rose is calling for more assistance for disabled passengers (Picture: Caters News)She said: ‘We loved going for walks – everybody loved him, he was such a friendly and loving pet.
The company said ‘after much consultation’ it would now be enforcing a policy already in place for not allowing dogs in pubs (Picture: Getty Images)The popular chain has announced it would be ‘strictly enforcing’ the nationwide ban on canines from 10 September.
For those flying with airlines that do carry pets up to a certain size in the cabin, they should be secured in a carrier and put under the seat – the earlier-mentioned story of a passenger forced to put their dog in the overhead bin is not standard practice by any stretch.
Picture: Supplied.Source:SuppliedThe first time Mr Reurich was barred from the club because of Boofhead he claims to have been so distraught he walked into a sliding-glass door — breaking his glasses and hurting his nose.Justice Markovic found the RSL had unlawfully discriminated against Mr Reurich on eight occasions.“The old saying goes that a dog is a man’s best friend but, as this case demonstrates, sometimes a dog can be more than that,” she said in Friday’s Federal Court judgment.