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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman View Post
    Both of my girls fit under the seat.
    Rats. (Not for you, for me.)

    When I was coming back from somewhere, I saw a lady at the airport with a small dog, Apollo's size, waiting for her bags. I asked her how she got the dog on the flight and she said with a smile, "He's my comfort animal. I have onset Alzheimer's and he's a registered service dog." Now, this woman was as lucid as you or me, so I need to find a doctor who will agree that I have onset Alzheimer's - apparently social anxiety issues will work as well - so Apollo can be a service dog and I can take my special snowflake with me whenever I want.
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    Rats. (Not for you, for me.)

    I need to find a doctor who will agree that I have onset Alzheimer's - apparently social anxiety issues will work as well - ...
    Shouldn't be hard, Vrai! And have him duplicate the paperwork for my wife!
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    We use a Person called Gin's Doggy Home Tail in Mechanicsville.. Phone No is: 301-904-7670. She has always been great with my two older dogs (both are 15) Jack Russell and Doxie. Both are old and overweight and like to eat, sleep, poop that is about it. Gin is a great person..

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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    Rats. (Not for you, for me.)

    When I was coming back from somewhere, I saw a lady at the airport with a small dog, Apollo's size, waiting for her bags. I asked her how she got the dog on the flight and she said with a smile, "He's my comfort animal. I have onset Alzheimer's and he's a registered service dog." Now, this woman was as lucid as you or me, so I need to find a doctor who will agree that I have onset Alzheimer's - apparently social anxiety issues will work as well - so Apollo can be a service dog and I can take my special snowflake with me whenever I want.
    Tell the Doctor that you have PTSD, and Apollo will be granted a Service Dog Certificate. He won't have to go in a carrier either, and he'll get a little vest that has "Service Dog" Embroidered on it. If I can remember correctly, there would be no fee for him to fly. Not sure about that though, but something to check out.
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    Countryside pet paradise on saint Andrews Church road is great and very reasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post

    When I was coming back from somewhere, I saw a lady at the airport with a small dog, Apollo's size, waiting for her bags. I asked her how she got the dog on the flight and she said with a smile, "He's my comfort animal. I have onset Alzheimer's and he's a registered service dog." Now, this woman was as lucid as you or me, so I need to find a doctor who will agree that I have onset Alzheimer's - apparently social anxiety issues will work as well - so Apollo can be a service dog and I can take my special snowflake with me whenever I want.
    You can buy "service dog" vests online through Amazon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman View Post
    Tell the Doctor that you have PTSD, and Apollo will be granted a Service Dog Certificate. He won't have to go in a carrier either, and he'll get a little vest that has "Service Dog" Embroidered on it. If I can remember correctly, there would be no fee for him to fly. Not sure about that though, but something to check out.
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