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Ajani Rottweiler

My dog AJAni love him best dog I ever had there when I need him super smart comes from amazing blood line. Best thing I could ever own

Ajani Rottweiler

My dog AJAni love him best dog I ever had there when I need him super smart comes from amazing blood line. Best thing I could ever own

Another fun camping photo

My grandmama surprised my momma with a hammock and momma let me get in it with her i loves making my momma feel goods

Photo added for my camping

Me and my momma at the camp ground we wanted to go see the water but we found more sand n rocks then water so we took a picture… say CHEESE

Camping at a camp ground

Camping with my momma and grandmama while we wait for our new home… it’s so fun but it does get chili

SUNNY’S FACE CLOSE UP

Identification picture for Sunny

forward facing

close up

sitting on the floor

posing for the camera

and being protective

Updated photo of Freckles

Freckles

4 year old

Jackchi

White with liver spots (3 large spots on his back)

green/blue eyes

service trained for nut allergies

 

Fav picture of Kobe

Kobe is a grey brindle with 2 different colored eyes. He is 2 years old and my best friend. He loves any kind of treats especially beggin strips.

Sky the most loving dog

Sky is extremely loving and playful. She can be very protective but she means well and is just letting others know that she is protecting her owners and would never hurt anyone.

Lil chocolate tag

Here’s a picture of Lil chocolate microchip tag number in case he gets lost I’d rather be safe than sorry he’s my fur baby.

COOLHAND LUKE THERAPY K9

Coolhand Luke is a sensitive k9 for emotional and physical issues. He easily identifies individuals and provides comfort and unconditional love.

 

COOLHAND LUKE English Labrador

Coolhand Luke

Out of sunnydaze Labradors, Bellingham,  WA Therapy dog for emotional,  and physical issues.

My Therapy Dog Simba

Simba is a fun loving goofy puppy. He loves me and his family very much. He brings us a lot of joy. He also has a lot of energy and compassion.

UBER ORDERED TO PAY $1.1 MILLION FOR REFUSING SERVICE DOG

Uber has been ordered to pay $1.1m to a blind woman who was refused rides on 14 occasions with her service dog.

Lisa Irving said on some occasions, drivers were verbally abusive, or harassed her about transporting her service dog, Bernie, in the car.

One driver allegedly cut her trip short after falsely claiming to have arrived at her destination.

An independent arbitrator ruled Uber’s drivers had illegally discriminated against her due to her blindness.

It rejected Uber’s claim that the company itself was not liable, because, it argued, its drivers had the status of contractors rather than employees.

Mrs Irving, from San Francisco, said she had worried about her safety after being stranded multiple times late at night due to being rejected by drivers.

She also alleged that cancelled rides also led to her being late for work, which contributed to her being fired from her job.

The behavior from drivers continued despite her complaining to Uber, she said. A spokesman for Mrs Irving said: “Of all Americans who should be liberated by the rideshare revolution, the blind and visually impaired are among those who stand to benefit the most.

“The bottom line is that under the Americans with Disabilities Act, a service guide dog should be able to go anywhere that a blind person can go.”

In a statement issued to media following the ruling, a spokesman for Uber said the company is “proud” of the help it offers blind passengers.

“Drivers using the Uber app are expected to serve riders with service animals and comply with accessibility and other laws, and we regularly provide education to drivers on that responsibility.

“Our dedicated team looks into each complaint and takes appropriate action,” he added.

It is not the first time Uber has faced a legal battle from the blind community.

In 2014, The National Federation of the Blind in the US sued the ride-sharing app over guide-dog regulations.

The case was settled in 2017 when Uber agreed to ensure its drivers knew they were legally obliged to provide service to people with guide dogs.

“I’m sorry it came to this,” Mrs Irving told the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper.

“I would have preferred that my civil rights be respected. But it sends a strong message that this is not acceptable.”

UBER ORDERED TO PAY $1.1 MILLION FOR REFUSING SERVICE DOG

Uber has been ordered to pay $1.1m to a blind woman who was refused rides on 14 occasions with her service dog.

Lisa Irving said on some occasions, drivers were verbally abusive, or harassed her about transporting her service dog, Bernie, in the car.

One driver allegedly cut her trip short after falsely claiming to have arrived at her destination.

An independent arbitrator ruled Uber’s drivers had illegally discriminated against her due to her blindness.

It rejected Uber’s claim that the company itself was not liable, because, it argued, its drivers had the status of contractors rather than employees.

Mrs Irving, from San Francisco, said she had worried about her safety after being stranded multiple times late at night due to being rejected by drivers.

She also alleged that cancelled rides also led to her being late for work, which contributed to her being fired from her job.

The behavior from drivers continued despite her complaining to Uber, she said. A spokesman for Mrs Irving said: “Of all Americans who should be liberated by the rideshare revolution, the blind and visually impaired are among those who stand to benefit the most.

“The bottom line is that under the Americans with Disabilities Act, a service guide dog should be able to go anywhere that a blind person can go.”

In a statement issued to media following the ruling, a spokesman for Uber said the company is “proud” of the help it offers blind passengers.

“Drivers using the Uber app are expected to serve riders with service animals and comply with accessibility and other laws, and we regularly provide education to drivers on that responsibility.

“Our dedicated team looks into each complaint and takes appropriate action,” he added.

It is not the first time Uber has faced a legal battle from the blind community.

In 2014, The National Federation of the Blind in the US sued the ride-sharing app over guide-dog regulations.

The case was settled in 2017 when Uber agreed to ensure its drivers knew they were legally obliged to provide service to people with guide dogs.

“I’m sorry it came to this,” Mrs Irving told the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper.

“I would have preferred that my civil rights be respected. But it sends a strong message that this is not acceptable.”

King Charles Winston

King Charles  Winstom is a sliver and white standard  poodle. Born December 1,2020. He is an emotional support dog. He does not leave my side, unless he is with my husband. I also have a black standard poodle who never leave my side. She is also an emotional support dog. Both dogs are singed up with the Ada.

Just Rocko…………

Just Rocko on his morning walks. this is just around the time were he was just getting used to the new are and home. But like always adapting.

Élie Poirier daddy’s girl

very important to me
très importante pour moi

Food / Nourriture Royal Canin pour/for Labrador Retrieve

Ganjah Hammin it up

October 2021 7 months home for the week.She gets to play with her brothers and sisters. She 8s growing like a weed.Gotta love this girl.

Monkey D Luffy

Only pic I have of him sitting still. Which I think it’s a great pic off guard. Why do I have to right all this about a pic jus upload it.