RastaPitLover wrote:Stony Brook...And i'm not far from the Brookhaven Shelter
RastaPitLover wrote:This was my 1st experience in a situation like this. The guys PB brightened everyone's mood in the lobby including mine. We all read her patches. One said "don't hate the Breed, hate the owner". Beautiful rednose female. Very obedient. It was also a first meeting a APBT service dog. The guy mentioned that they were training his son's PB to be a service dog which happen to be related to the female. And trust me, the guy wasn't letting it go. I also found it odd that he had to pass 2 security booths. I just wished that someone else other then me stepped up for the guy. I hope he gave them hell after i left.
Hoyden wrote:When I had radiation treatment, the hospital provided the same orderly for every appointment to stay with my dog. They did therapy visits, then ate huge bowls of vanilla frozen yogurt in the cafeteria. (and she gained 4 lbs.) When I had same day surgery, she was in the room with me, laying down out of the way on a mat or on another gurney after she was wiped down with antibacterial stuff and put in one of those wrap around paper dress things.
iluvk9 wrote:I agree about SBU "police", and Brookhaven Hospital. I don't remember a dog shelter behind the K-Mart, but I know there are 2 boarding kennels back there now.
Wow...you're more trusting than John or me...I'd never let anyone take my SD out and about...I wouldn't trust them not to get my dog in trouble somehow. Nor would I trust anyone to feed my SD, without being right to see what they were eating.
RastaPitLover wrote:Writing the Admin. is a good idea. I know enough people that work there to get in touch with the right people.
What i should've done was record it on my phone. I'm new to the whole andriod thing coming from an old Nextel haha!
TheRedQueen wrote:Okay, so he's not just any old orderly...which is what it sounded like in your original post.
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