Hair Salon Shames Disabled Woman's Tiny Service Dog
7 monthes ago - By iHeart Dogs
Service dogs are essential for the people who need them, but the rest of the world doesn't seem to see it that way. Many people have an inaccurate idea that all service dogs are Labrador Retrievers. They also tend to assume that all disabilities are visible, which again, couldn't be further from the truth.
That's why Brenda Osborne and her Chihuahua named Lucy are often shamed in public. Lucy might look more like an emotional support dog, but she's a fully trained service dog that can alert Osborne before a dangerous panic attack.
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