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Old 12-07-2018, 06:57 PM   #121
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Yea....when the people that loan you a dog until you die and then get the dog back....that is called a loaner dog.

If not a loaner dog, the deceased persons family could then in fact just keep the dog.

Are you saying that it is up to the deceased family option whether to give this trained service dog back?
Yeah, it's up to the family -- you know the family that the FAKE NEWS journalist from Slate didn't interview.


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A service dog’s mission after its handler dies

NORFOLK, Va. - It's the picture seen around the world - Sully the service dog accompanying former President George H.W. Bush one last time.

"When I look at [the picture] as a professional dog handler, the dog is doing its job. That's what he's supposed to do, and that's what the dog wants to do," said Joseph Agustin, co-founder of Warrior Mission Ranch.

But what happens to service dogs like Sully when their mission is over?

Some go back into service to help other veterans and others find a new role.

Agustin said his organization lets the family decide.

"Not only did [the family] just lose somebody, but now they may have to lose a dog as well. So I don't necessarily ask that family to turn the dog back over," Agustin told News 3's Erin Miller.

In Sully's case, he will return to service to help other veterans.

Agustin said that the bond between a canine and handler is indescribable. They rely on one another in a way that not many people will understand in their lifetime.

They can be a veteran, a child or someone with a disability.

Regardless, their partner in crime will be there until the very end, just like Sully with Bush.

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So they all go back to the organization but they let the family decide. Got it. That means IB...for your translation that everyone knows they are a loaner dog that one gives back so it can continue on doing good.

I suppose there where be a few clueless families where the person dies and the family is free to sell their service dog to anyone they please!

My guess is that common sense prevails and younger dogs go back to the organization and older dogs with little to no shelf life can be kept with the family if they have had it for decades.

But anyone with an ounce of sense knows that they go back like loaner dogs if they have a long shelf life.
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Old 12-07-2018, 07:46 PM   #123
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So they all go back to the organization but they let the family decide. Got it. That means IB...for your translation that everyone knows they are a loaner dog that one gives back so it can continue on doing good.

I suppose there where be a few clueless families where the person dies and the family is free to sell their service dog to anyone they please!

My guess is that common sense prevails and younger dogs go back to the organization and older dogs with little to no shelf life can be kept with the family if they have had it for decades.

But anyone with an ounce of sense knows that they go back like loaner dogs if they have a long shelf life.
Manifestly at odds with your interpretation the man said "his organization lets the family decide... I don't necessarily ask that family to turn the dog back over.... the bond between a canine and handler is indescribable. They rely on one another in a way that not many people will understand in their lifetime.... their partner in crime will be there until the very end, just like Sully with Bush."

The FAKE NEWS journalist for Slate didn't interview anyone with first hand knowledge of Bush41's relationship with his dog, Sully.

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The FAKE NEWS journalist for Slate didn't interview anyone with first hand knowledge of Bush41's relationship with his dog, Sully.

They didn't have to...I believe Bush 43 said they were doing what anyone with any common sense would do. Return the dog to be able to continue the service he was trained to do.
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They didn't have to...I believe Bush 43 said they were doing what anyone with any common sense would do. Return the dog to be able to continue the service he was trained to do.
That interpretation I do not disagree with. It's exactly the sentiment -- and for the right reasons -- I would expect from Bush41 and Bush43. But it doesn't negate the fact that the Slate writer didn't interview any family members to before s/he published the FAKE NEWS story.
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I'll be happy to stop this debate on an agreement!
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