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My blind mate Neels had a Labrador called tequila as a guide dog.
He says she was trained to go batshit crazy if he gave a code word, or if anyone attacked him.

One day I took him for a drive in a new Ford with voice radio and gps controls, so he could check how good it was compared to the software he used. Me, him and dog. Sunday morning. We got stopped at a roadblock. Him with cane, tabarded dog, etc.
Cop asks me standard stuff like "your car, sir?"
Nope, Ford tester.
License?
Here we go.
Neels pipes up "good job you didn't stop us when I was driving"
I thought the cop was going to wet himself he was laughing so hard.
Reminded of the time a year or two before moving to this area .
Driving down a country lane near Lakenheath air base on a fairly minor road and there was a police security block stopping all the traffic , only time I have seen it round here .
Cop reached our car said good afternoon and I gestured to the back of the car saying "These are not the droids you are looking for"
He couldn't speak for about five minutes he was laughing so much .
 

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I wish him well in his endeavours.
At the same time I hope he is prepared for people with "cat phobia" who may well react in outbursts of panic flailing at the sight of a moggie(?)
PS. About my assistance tarantula.....
My wife has a phobia about cats. She knows it's stupid but she has no control over it.
 
My wife has a phobia about cats. She knows it's stupid but she has no control over it.

Good thing shes not a lesbian, could be a bit awkward being afraid of pussy
 
One of our local supermarkets has an agreement with Guide Dogs training centre, whereby they bring the puppies in, all tabarded, as are the handlers, to get 'in shop' experience.
The handlers/trainers are quite specific - YES this is a cute little retriever/labrador, but it is a WORKING dog, in training, so please do NOT pet it, and make a fuss.
The downside is that certain dumbass stupid cnut people bring their little mini poodles, chihuhuas etc in, and proclaim 'BUT there's always other dogs in here...'
Put the little yappy shytes into the baskets and trollies as well.
Lovely.
Our local big DIY store lets dogs in as long as they are well behaved, so when we got our latest pup we took him in for a bit of socialising and to meet lots of new people. It worked well for that (we put his blanket in the basket on top of an old cardboard box) but I have seen videos of dogs in these stores having a real fight.
 
My blind mate Neels had a Labrador called tequila as a guide dog.
He says she was trained to go batshit crazy if he gave a code word, or if anyone attacked him.

One day I took him for a drive in a new Ford with voice radio and gps controls, so he could check how good it was compared to the software he used. Me, him and dog. Sunday morning. We got stopped at a roadblock. Him with cane, tabarded dog, etc.
Cop asks me standard stuff like "your car, sir?"
Nope, Ford tester.
License?
Here we go.
Neels pipes up "good job you didn't stop us when I was driving"
I thought the cop was going to wet himself he was laughing so hard.
Had similar with a partially deaf mate of mine, funnily enough in a Ford Fiesta, giving me a lift home from work. Admitted he pulled over when nudged that the police had flashed us. He pulled the full on deaf as fcuk card then. How I didn't crack to this day I so do not know. The next 5 miles we were howling.
 

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