Caroline (kittytech) wrote,

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Driving with Doggie

I'm on a discussion list, and one thing that's being discussed at the moment is the unwillingness of some people to transport people with their dogs. I have my own thoughts, which I've kept to myself since, as a non-dog owner, I suspect my views would be very unpopular. However, I'm curious to know what others think. This is definitely a touchy subject for dog guide owners, and I wonder how others feel. And, for those of you who drive, what are your thoughts on transporting service animals?

Poll #1367279 Barking out the Wrong Window?

If you're getting a ride from a friend, co-worker, family member, etc., does the driver have the right to refuse your dog?

Absolutely not. My dog is my guide and nobody has the right to tell me what I can and can't do.
It depends on whether I'm asked politely or told to leave the dog at home.
It depends on the event for me.
I'm riding with someone else. If they have a reason for not wanting my dog I'll respect that.
Other, please comment.
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