Why You Should NEVER Pet A Service Dog…

Undoubtedly dogs are very protective when it comes to the safety of their owners. They are cute, adorable and over possessive and always seek your attention.  Dogs are even very smart and we do give them credit for them as they protect kids, home, and even our lives.Emergency Medical Response Dogs (EMRD)  train dogs to alert and help their owner in the case of a medical emergency.They are so smart that they can detect blood sugar changes in a diabetic or even they can also let their owner know that a seizure is coming.
You can surely rely on these dogs as they can be the difference between life and death to their owners and if their dog isn’t on high alert at all times, bad things might happen.


In November 2014, Hailey Ashmore Got an Australian Shepard service dog to detect her seizures

He was very good in his job and became a member of the family very soon.

One day She Was Going To Meet Her Dad in Office, Meanwhile a Stranger Stopped to Pet Flynn. She wanted to Stop Him But it Was Very Late! He was Still A Learner and he missed the opportunity to tell

“I thought I had 10 minutes to get safe, take medication and call somebody for help,” she said. “Unfortunately, I didn’t and ended up getting a nasty rug burn.”

Hailey explained that, “since Flynn was only about 7 months at the time of the accident, he was, and still is, learning to ignore people petting him. We understand our dogs are super cute, but they are really important for our safety ad health.” The story of Flynn and Hailey illustrates perfectly how important it is to not pet a dog, no matter how cute it is, unless you have the permission of the owner.