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Assistance Dog Etiquette - The Shoe Rule

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As assistance dog handlers we always strive to make sure we are adhering to the unofficial list of etiquette about how we manage and handle our dogs. We all strive to make sure our use of an assistance dog has as little impact or effect on the public as possible. We are very cognisant of the fact our right to have an assistance dog with us in a

Dogs on escalators

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Escalators and travelators are a part of many public spaces and some organisations will train their teams to use them, other organisations or pet dog owners will even more scarily just take their dogs on escalators with no specialised training.  Here at Capable K9s we DO NOT train our teams to use escalators and actively advise our clients