We haven’t done PA since Tesco, but I’m hoping to eek back into it within the next few days.
I’ve had a crummy few days seizure wise, and broke my record for most seizures in one day on Thursday – 34 seizures, yack!
Tesco themselves have been lovely; they have taken a description and photo of Sasha to show staff at the store not to approach this dog and that she is working. They also got in touch with the duty manager, educated the security guard, and gave us a £10 voucher.
Still extremely nervous about going back there especially, but if anything else did happen I’d just get back in touch immediately!
I’m also thinking of printing out the section of The Equality Act that refers to assistance dogs, and taking it with me to hand out / show shops that are giving us access issues, but because we don’t have a printer I’d have to ask family in Yorkshire to print it out and post it up to us, which is quite annoying XD
Here are some photos from the last few days, anyway.
We’ve been doing A LOT of work on stays recently, and I’ve really been enjoying it! I hadn’t done much work on stays at all, as I hadn’t trained too much in the house because I was exhausted from all the training outdoors.
But Sasha’s been great! We’re working on sit, stand and down stays 🙂
Footage of her doing a down stay, a sit from down and a stay as I jump about. I should add she’s right next to the gerbils, which are her most exciting pet! The video did have sound, but I was right next to speakers blaring music so I replased the noise with some gentler music!!
We’ve done lots of hiking!
Tolly has learnt / is learning an incredibly cute trick where she balances both paws on the back of my hand, but I don’t have any good footage of it yet.
And here is Kasper, being Kasper. Silly smiley goofey boy 🙂
Everyone needs someone who looks at them like that haha!
I’ve had some awesome training sessions with Kasper too, he did some great mat work the other night.