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This webinar will cover public access service dog ethics and standards for a service dog’s behavior when working in public. Disabled handlers have ethical responsibilities to uphold the standards for the sake of their dog’s safety and welfare. They must also consider the impact of poor behavior on the businesses the dogs enter; and recognize that a poorly behaved service dog in public may make other service dog partners less welcome. Some dogs are able to assist their human partners in the home but are unable to handle the stress of constant interaction with other people, dogs or the environment in general. Dogs with fearful, shy, or aggressive temperaments are apt to pose problems in public.
Sponsor:E-Training for Dogs, Inc
Speaker(s):Jeanne Hampl, R.N. and Barbara Handelman, M.Ed., LCMHC, CDBC
Contact: Cheryl Lynne Aguiar