1/ Dog lovers of Twitter: Please do not approach, pet, or talk (yes, I sad it) to dogs on walks without explicit permission from their owner. It is INCREDIBLY rude and is also very ignorant. Many folks, like me, are training their dogs to be service dogs.
2/ When you say things like, "Hi, buddy!" to a dog going through training to be a service animal, he or she is getting input to listen to you, and not, you know, their handler. Part of the training process is making sure the commands they follow are their owner's commands.
3/ It's super rude to disrupt that process. Leave dogs you don't know the fuck alone unless you are given permission to interact with the dog. This is another one of those things ableds are CLUELESS about.
4/ This is super important. It takes a long time to train a service dog and you are harming disabled folks by disrupting this process. FUCKING STOP. #DisabledInSTEM #DisabilityTwitter
5/ WhY iSnT yOuR dOg WeArInG a VeSt

Registered service animals are trained to perform a service. Some folks choose to get one before they're trained, but to reduce the stigma and bullshit comments, some of us choose to wait until after, fuck you very much.

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