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What is a Service Dog?
A Service Dog is any dog Trained to perform Tasks to help an individual with a disability.
What’s the difference between an Emotional Support Dog and a Service Dog?
Emotional Support Animals do not require training. They are not allowed in public places that don’t allow pets. They are not Service Animals.
What Tasks does Dakota Perform?
Dakota is a 𝘔𝘦𝘥𝘪𝘤𝘢𝘭 Alert and response dog. She is for psychiatric and medical/ physical purposes.
Her tasks consist of but are not limited to: Anxiety/ Ptsd alerts, dissociation alerts, guide work (during a ptsd episode), Deep Pressure therapy, Opening and Closing Doors, interfering with self harm, Finding help (normally leading me to my family if I enter an episode away from them. She’s trained to find a family member and nudge them), Blocking and covering (creating space between myself and other people).
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Hey! New subscriber here 👋
I have a service dog in training that happens to be a Siberian husky too! Her name is Stella❤️
I just started bing watching your videos and noticed that we live in the same area! I’m up in Pasco County. Do you ever attend any dog meets? I’d love to meet you some time if that’s not totally weird haha is Dakota 100% owner trained? If so, how did you learn to train her to do the tasks you need her to do for you? I have a good friend that is a trainer and also has her own sd that is helping us train. Stella and I are super new to this and we are always looking for advice and possibly even some friends with service dogs. I look forward to talking with you some time 🙂
Dakota is so beautiful! I’m new so don’t mind me asking but is she your service dog or is she in training. Because one of the patches you put on her apron said “service dog in training” so I’m not sure.
See I like how she let's people touch her husky while she's working. So it's not like she isn't doing a good job. I love the way you treat your service dog. My ex friend had a service dog and treated her horribly. Kept her in a kennel when she got back from school. And she never actually had any disabilities. And fed her half a bowl a food a day. It was a lab. I luckly, with a few friends, got the police involved and they took her away and now she's doing fantastic and the girl who had her is ignored because the whole school found out somehow.
I love videos, but I do wish many of you would not film while driving, it does increase the risk for accidents. Pup is so good. Awesome to you for working well with a pup, especially a Husky, love the pup look in the hat ;). Do you have videos on what you feed your dog, and especially when out and about doing your thng? Thanks for sharing = caring, blessings.
I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately, so I decided to ask someone with a service dog to see if I may qualify for one. I don’t suffer from PTSD, but I’ve been officially diagnosed with Gender Dysphoria and Social Anxiety. I could be having a normal day when I just suddenly feel a certain part of my body, and that can send me into a full on panic attack. I also get easily panicked in small crowded spaces. When I get thrown into a panic attack in public, there’s really nothing I can do but try to hold it in until I get home, then I proceed to have some sort of breakdown until I’m able to distract myself from this. It usually takes a good few hours for me to fully calm down. I don’t want to apply for a service dog if I don’t need it and take one away from someone who actually does, so, I just wanted to ask. I haven’t mentioned my desire for a service animal or an ESA to my therapist yet, but I wanted to ask someone who has experience with service animals before even mentioning it.
Hi, first off, love you two, and your channel kind of helped me deciding whether or not I would get a service dog for my generalized anxiety, PTSD and depression...
But I was wondering.., did you train Dakota by yourself, with help, or was she already trained when you got her?
I saw a comment of yours from about four months ago and it really disappoints me that you look down on ESA I personally struggle with severe anxiety and mild ptsd and I have an ESA (I’m waiting for a service dog) but my struggle is just as hard as yours it is wrong that you think your mental problems are worse than people with ESA it is actually really wrong that you believe service animal are higher and more important than ESA
+The Siberian Service Dog you preach your laws not the legal laws and your dog is in training according to your own words in your videos so your dog isn't legally a service dog. So you don't follow the legal laws you follow your made to conform laws . At least be real instead of fake.
Nobody said mine is more important. There are laws in place that protect service dogs from untrained pet and esas. Esas aren’t allowed in public. I preach for people to go by the law. If you need a service dog to go with you and help you out everyday that’s fine. Just make sure it’s trained. I don’t support breaking the law and bringing an esa everywhere
Your disabilities are as important as hers . I'm sorry for the way she thinks she's more important than you - she's not . Your ESA is as important as any other dog / SA . I hope you understand that you are as important and as justified in your disability as anyone else and your ESA is as important and as much needed and deserving as any other SD . Stay proud stay strong and stay the way you are !
There was a study years ago that showed patients with ptsd calm down easier when pressure was applied. Dogs can be trained to do this and it helps calm the handler down faster than normal. It’s a grounding technique.
Love you and your videos so much! But if your comfortable with it do you think you could do a video on why you have your service dog and everything she does for you? That would just be really helpful but if your not comfortable with it I totally understand.
Hey Lexi, I live near your area and used to play at your school and I was recommended a service dog for ptsd also. I really hope you can Instagram me back or something because I would like to train my own service dog and have your help. It would be great
Lexie, if she’s on duty, you need to adhere to ADA law, Dakota in no way has to be off leash for any of her tasks, you’ve told us all of them, so by ADA law, you need to have her on leash. If this is a dog friendly store, you should take her out of her vest so as not to confuse not only your audience but also your dog. Everyone makes mistakes, but one must learn from them in order to improve. Lovely vest, btw, I was looking at this one for my SDiT myself this morning.
The Siberian Service Dog you really need to reread the ADA guidelines. I’m all for teaching any dog to behave off leash, but there is a time and place where such is appropriate. For instance, I know from past videos that you do tend to drop the leash during an episode, and Dakota does very well keeping pace with you and that’s great, that’s also where the ADA protects you because, in that moment, you are prevented from using the leash. The moment you are able to use the leash again, in accordance with ADA law, you need to use it.
I will say that getting permission does likely overstep this issue, but you do need to be aware of the law instead of stating it doesn’t exist.
Bringing up the fact that someone else, with a completely different disability, has done the same thing is not an excuse for you to do it. As I said, the permission from the store makes the specific situation another story, but we can’t just trust that if one person with different circumstances did it then it’s okay for all of us to do it. We need to do our own research and find out if these things are actually okay for us to do. This involves looking at multiple laws sometimes to figure out exact circumstances when it is and is not allowed.
I’m honestly very sad to find out that all this time, you didn’t even know the ADA had such laws. I understand that you are a minor, but you are also old enough to do your own research, especially on something you link in your videos time and time again.
The Siberian Service Dog "Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls." Quoted from ADA law, which the link is in the description. No offense, but if you are going to leave the links for people to read, try reading it yourself. It would be different if you couldn't use a leash due to your disability or if state law allows it, which I know FL doesn't cause I lived there for 8 years and am going back, but in this case using a leash would not affect Dakota from tasking. Molly Burke is BLIND. A leash would get tangled in the guide handle. I know because I taught my previous sd guiding with a guide handle, and the leash would constantly get tangled. You are not blind. I know I am coming across and rude, but I am not trying to be. I'm just trying to be clear. So if you take it the wrong way then I'm sorry because it's not what I'm trying to do I swear! I just want to educate you and make sure you know the laws and WHY the laws exist. :)
Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.
‘This was directly copied and pasted from the ada website and is quoted from the 2010 standards. There are no other updated federal standards that supersede these...
Thank you so much for explaining to me and sorry my comment might have come across as a bit rude I'm terribly sorry 😰. I have a white german shepherd myself who is longhaired and i guess I'm just not used to seeing a dog that has a slimmer build too. But thank you so so much for telling me and I wish you two an amazing day!
dragon gems dakota is the proper weight for her size. If anything she’s a bit taller than average huskies. Most working dogs need to be fit for their job. Meaning they can’t be overweight. That would slow them down and cause them to have health issues down the line. I’d recommend doing more research about fit dogs. Most people have dogs that are pet weight Or heavier, which is from being in the house and let out in the yard (no extra exercise). I can assure you that dakota is perfectly healthy, and doing great! It’s hard to explain to people who don’t know much about fit dogs. But here’s an example: if dakota was overweight she may have trouble keeping up when we are out. Like walking, she’d have to take breaks and be really tired. When you have a fit dog they can keep up with the constant human lifestyle. I hope that makes more sense!
+Halle Harrington if the dog was aggressive or to skittish. If you get the dog as a puppy then you shouldn't have any real problems with training (if the trainer knows what there doing) but if you want to rescue a dog and train them you would need to be a little more careful. For the most part any dog can be trained to work. I think there is a confusion on what makes a person qualified for a service dog and my opinion (as someone with a service dog) if you are having a problem that affects your life pretty much every where and you know that a dog can preform a task to help then your qualified. I wouldn't worry to much on weather or not you deserve a service dog or not. If the dog performs physical activities (tasking) that helps than your fine. (Theres also stuff like normal obedience, not being aggressive, and paying attention to the handler, but any dog can have the stuff listed above. Tasking with what makes a service dog different from normal behaved dogs)
Service Dog Roxy this one can be bought on amazon, that much I know. I actually saw it this morning in a variety of colors ^^” Not good for a bulky dog though, I’ve only seen their sizes go up to 31 inches for the chest girth.
ahhhhhh, i love your videos, i was binge watching them, i never knew i needed you and dakota in my life ahah, i don't struggle with any mental illnesses but your videos are educating me a lot about service dogs and life with a service dog.. thank you so much and keep doing you ! I see your editing getting better and better every sibe saturday :)
Hello from Instagram. Absolutely love shopping the stores. Angela is the best. Everyone is so friendly and helpful there. I love how curv carries sizes L to a 5/6x. Have you ever been to one of thier fashion shows or after dark sales? You make shopping with Dakota look so easy. Makes me want a bigger dog as a service animal but I've worked 9 years with my Chihuahua for not only my psychiatric needs but my physical health needs as well. Recently working on wheelchair training as my health has declined.
It just makes me sad how few ppl know about these common medical issues....
And it's not anyone's fault...
To learn, we have to be taught.
I didn't know most of what I do today till it knocked me in the head like a bat XD
If the lvl of anxiety is enough it can cause a host of physical symptoms.
Including seizures and panic attacks..
Most diagnosis can get bad enough they are disabling...
If it's bad enough to upturn ur life on a daily basis then you qualify for more than an ESA if a dog can help.
But yes talking to a Dr will help determine what lvl ur problem is on♡
Therapy and meds(I'm allergic to most) didn't work for me since I also take pain meds that can't be mixed with most psychiatric medications....
But I had this little dog...
And he helped so much, he was very well trained, so my family thought we could give it a go.
I'm not afraid of ppl anymore like I was after my memory loss...
I'm keeping up with a lot more now, and that wee little dog helped train my current SD.
I can't imagine what would have happened to me without both my SD...
I don't really want to try 0-0
Wouldn't be good -.-'
And I love them both, but if I could go back to before I needed their help?
I would in an instant.
Even if it was after my injuries but before my memory loss...
It would still be easier to manage life then.
But that's not an option.
So I love my dogs, I help others, and I make sure no one is forced into the place I was after my amnesia(I guess protecting is what this would qualify as?)
Which kinda all just blur together.
Have a nice night!
I was just aimlessly browsing Wish not too long ago, and it looks like they have knockoffs of GoPro. I don't know about the quality of the pictures because I don't have one, but if that's something you wanted to do, Wish would no doubt have a more affordable version of it. Just a thought. 😊
A trigger is a named PL/SQL unit that is stored in the database and executed ( fired ) in response to a specified event that occurs in the database.
Overview of Triggers.
A trigger is a named program unit that is stored in the database and fired (executed) in response to a specified event. The specified event is associated with either a table, a view, a schema, or the database, and it is one of the following:
A database manipulation (DML) statement ( DELETE , INSERT , or UPDATE )
A database definition (DDL) statement ( CREATE , ALTER , or DROP )
A database operation ( SERVERERROR , LOGON , LOGOFF , STARTUP , or SHUTDOWN )
The trigger is said to be defined on the table, view, schema, or database.
A DML trigger is fired by a DML statement, a DDL trigger is fired by a DDL statement, a DELETE trigger is fired by a DELETE statement, and so on.
An INSTEAD OF trigger is a DML trigger that is defined on a view (not a table). The database fires the INSTEAD OF trigger instead of executing the triggering DML statement. For more information, see Modifying Complex Views (INSTEAD OF Triggers).
A system trigger is defined on a schema or the database. A trigger defined on a schema fires for each event associated with the owner of the schema (the current user). A trigger defined on a database fires for each event associated with all users.
A simple trigger can fire at exactly one of the following timing points :
Before the triggering statement executes.
After the triggering statement executes.
Before each row that the triggering statement affects.
After each row that the triggering statement affects.
A compound trigger can fire at more than one timing point. Compound triggers make it easier to program an approach where you want the actions you implement for the various timing points to share common data. For more information, see Compound Triggers.