So I know I haven't been posting as much, but it's not because I haven't been going out. Quite the opposite. Since Bailey is only 5-months old and grew up on a farm, I have to get him used to city life. We have been going to cafes, stores, the bank, etc. And every time I have been prepared for people to say stupid things to me. But none so far. In fact, people usually just compliment me on my dog if they say anything at all. Maybe people see me handling my dog and realize that I'm not a kid and that I am semi-intelligent. That being said, I'm sure there will be a few times people say outrageous things and you can bet I'll post so fast.
Question for my readers who use a service dog (if anyone)- Do you find people make less offensive remarks when you have your service dog with you? I mean remarks about your disability- I know they often make stupid remarks about service dogs (like try to distract them, make baby talk, pet them without asking, etc). Or have I been just lucky?
I wouldn't be surprised tomorrow when I'm with Bailey if I get an offensive remark now that I have posted about people being cool.