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I'm just curious, why did Trillion need to wear boots at Disney? (She rocks them btw) Are they to protect her feet, or....? Also, it's pretty rude for anyone to take a picture of a strangers dog, regardless if that dog is a pet or service animal, but because Trillion is a service animal makes their actions much worse. I know I wouldn't want my dogs to be photographed without my consent if I was walking or playing with them, even if they are just my pets.
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TY anon, and she wore them because the hot pavement it was to pretect her paws from burns, which is a very real thing (dogs burning their paws) she wears them most summers. 

Hi there! I have a SD as well and was just at DL and I totally agree with how annoying it was with people taking pics of my dog, especially with his boots on! I saw that you were a cast member. If you don't mind me asking what role do you do with your SD, because I am looking in to the college program for DL and would want the safest environment for my dog and I. Thanks!

Hellooooo, yes im a cm on main street at the Jolly Holiday, and Im unable to bring Trillion with me because of the work space would not be a reasonable accommodation. However otherwise disney is very accomodating, just when you apply make sure you let them know you have a working dog and they will try to accommodate you or work something out :) 
let me know how it goes! p.s there are three other cm with serviuce dogs too!

xxofficialkittyxx:

immafoxxx:

small-magical-mean-world:

simii:

rainbowconnection:

immafoxxx:

Trillion yesterday at Disneyland’s 59th birthday celebration! 

I’m sorry, I really am, but I have a story to tell about the owners of this dog. I apologize now for offending you, but I saw this happen yesterday, in this same spot, about 3:45. I do apologize if the dog I saw was a different dog, but it was yesterday, in this spot, with purple boots on and the same Pluto ears. So I’m making the safe assumption it was the same dog.
A girl my age, about 20, saw this dog, and we were both looking at her because she’s adorable, don’t you agree?? So the girl says “Ohmygosh this dog is so cute” and takes out her phone (or camera) to take a picture, but the two owners step in front of the dog and, in the rudest manner, say “Hey, no! Don’t take a picture of our dog. That’s weird.” And as they turned away, covering the dog, the one owner said “That’s like taking a picture of someone’s child, jeeze.” And the girl walked away without her picture, feeling really offended. 
Don’t get me wrong, if you don’t want people taking pictures of your dog, that’s your business, but I’ve rarely seen someone be so rude towards another guest, and I work with thousands of guests a day. 
I was extremely disappointed with the owners, in what could have been an extremely harmless and magical moment that you ruined. 

So I have a question…did you know that when disabled visitors come to Disneyland they don’t go there for the enjoyment of others who want to stare at them and take pictures? It is not up to a visitor and their SD to make Disneyland magical for them..that’s your job as far as I can tell. I am a nurse who takes care of medically fragile children. If i accompany my client to Disneyland with their family do I have to let some strangers take pics of their ventilator because they think its neat so as not to appear rude to the cast members and their other guests?

Did you even read what he said? Like, at all? He wasn’t upset that they didn’t let her take the picture, he was upset at how rude they were about the whole situation. There is a way to say no without offending others, and that was not the way. Also, are you seriously comparing a service dog to a ventilator? Really?


This just in, a service dog is MEDICAL EQUIPMENT so yes comparing to a ventilator is correct,  distracting a service dog Is dangerous for the handler, when my SD is doing her job alerting or anything people still constantly take photos and I DID tell her no I said no pictures please!  And still she bent down and shoved her phone in my dogs face, 

P. S  if you ask nicely there is a big chance I will let you take a photo of her unless she should be seriously focusing on me for my health and safety

Dude. It’s a dog… chill. If you don’t want people taking pictures of your dog, ok. But don’t be mean. I would take it as a complement if someone wanted to take a pic of my pooch. I’m sure people don’t know right off the top of their heads that SD get distracted by pictures. I know I didn’t.  It’s just a cute dog. Chillax.  The dog got its picture taken anyways, sooo…

no its not just a dog, it’s a trained service animal it’s trained to help me with my disabilities, what if when you took this photo WITHOUT ASKING the flash gave me a sezure?  Why would you bother my medical equipment that has signs all over her vest saying do not pet do not distract working service dog medical alert etc come on guys this is ridiculous it’s not my job to let people pet and take photos with her,  ALLTHOUGH I DO OUT OF THE KINDNESS OF MY HEART IF PEOPLE ASK POLITELY 

P. S I TOOK THIS PHOTO OF MY DOG AND AM ABLE TO BECAUSE SHE’S MINE

xxofficialkittyxx:

immafoxxx:

small-magical-mean-world:

simii:

rainbowconnection:

immafoxxx:

Trillion yesterday at Disneyland’s 59th birthday celebration! 

I’m sorry, I really am, but I have a story to tell about the owners of this dog. I apologize now for offending you, but I saw this happen yesterday, in this same spot, about 3:45. I do apologize if the dog I saw was a different dog, but it was yesterday, in this spot, with purple boots on and the same Pluto ears. So I’m making the safe assumption it was the same dog.

A girl my age, about 20, saw this dog, and we were both looking at her because she’s adorable, don’t you agree?? So the girl says “Ohmygosh this dog is so cute” and takes out her phone (or camera) to take a picture, but the two owners step in front of the dog and, in the rudest manner, say “Hey, no! Don’t take a picture of our dog. That’s weird.” And as they turned away, covering the dog, the one owner said “That’s like taking a picture of someone’s child, jeeze.” And the girl walked away without her picture, feeling really offended. 

Don’t get me wrong, if you don’t want people taking pictures of your dog, that’s your business, but I’ve rarely seen someone be so rude towards another guest, and I work with thousands of guests a day. 

I was extremely disappointed with the owners, in what could have been an extremely harmless and magical moment that you ruined. 

So I have a question…did you know that when disabled visitors come to Disneyland they don’t go there for the enjoyment of others who want to stare at them and take pictures? It is not up to a visitor and their SD to make Disneyland magical for them..that’s your job as far as I can tell. I am a nurse who takes care of medically fragile children. If i accompany my client to Disneyland with their family do I have to let some strangers take pics of their ventilator because they think its neat so as not to appear rude to the cast members and their other guests?

Did you even read what he said? Like, at all? He wasn’t upset that they didn’t let her take the picture, he was upset at how rude they were about the whole situation. There is a way to say no without offending others, and that was not the way.

Also, are you seriously comparing a service dog to a ventilator? Really?

This just in, a service dog is MEDICAL EQUIPMENT so yes comparing to a ventilator is correct, distracting a service dog Is dangerous for the handler, when my SD is doing her job alerting or anything people still constantly take photos and I DID tell her no I said no pictures please! And still she bent down and shoved her phone in my dogs face, P. S if you ask nicely there is a big chance I will let you take a photo of her unless she should be seriously focusing on me for my health and safety

Dude. It’s a dog… chill. If you don’t want people taking pictures of your dog, ok. But don’t be mean. I would take it as a complement if someone wanted to take a pic of my pooch. I’m sure people don’t know right off the top of their heads that SD get distracted by pictures. I know I didn’t. It’s just a cute dog. Chillax. The dog got its picture taken anyways, sooo…

no its not just a dog, it’s a trained service animal it’s trained to help me with my disabilities, what if when you took this photo WITHOUT ASKING the flash gave me a sezure? Why would you bother my medical equipment that has signs all over her vest saying do not pet do not distract working service dog medical alert etc come on guys this is ridiculous it’s not my job to let people pet and take photos with her, ALLTHOUGH I DO OUT OF THE KINDNESS OF MY HEART IF PEOPLE ASK POLITELY P. S I TOOK THIS PHOTO OF MY DOG AND AM ABLE TO BECAUSE SHE’S MINE
small-magical-mean-world:

simii:

rainbowconnection:

immafoxxx:

Trillion yesterday at Disneyland’s 59th birthday celebration! 

I’m sorry, I really am, but I have a story to tell about the owners of this dog. I apologize now for offending you, but I saw this happen yesterday, in this same spot, about 3:45. I do apologize if the dog I saw was a different dog, but it was yesterday, in this spot, with purple boots on and the same Pluto ears. So I’m making the safe assumption it was the same dog.
A girl my age, about 20, saw this dog, and we were both looking at her because she’s adorable, don’t you agree?? So the girl says “Ohmygosh this dog is so cute” and takes out her phone (or camera) to take a picture, but the two owners step in front of the dog and, in the rudest manner, say “Hey, no! Don’t take a picture of our dog. That’s weird.” And as they turned away, covering the dog, the one owner said “That’s like taking a picture of someone’s child, jeeze.” And the girl walked away without her picture, feeling really offended. 
Don’t get me wrong, if you don’t want people taking pictures of your dog, that’s your business, but I’ve rarely seen someone be so rude towards another guest, and I work with thousands of guests a day. 
I was extremely disappointed with the owners, in what could have been an extremely harmless and magical moment that you ruined. 

So I have a question…did you know that when disabled visitors come to Disneyland they don’t go there for the enjoyment of others who want to stare at them and take pictures? It is not up to a visitor and their SD to make Disneyland magical for them..that’s your job as far as I can tell. I am a nurse who takes care of medically fragile children. If i accompany my client to Disneyland with their family do I have to let some strangers take pics of their ventilator because they think its neat so as not to appear rude to the cast members and their other guests?

Did you even read what he said? Like, at all? He wasn’t upset that they didn’t let her take the picture, he was upset at how rude they were about the whole situation. There is a way to say no without offending others, and that was not the way. Also, are you seriously comparing a service dog to a ventilator? Really?


This just in, a service dog is MEDICAL EQUIPMENT so yes comparing to a ventilator is correct,  distracting a service dog Is dangerous for the handler, when my SD is doing her job alerting or anything people still constantly take photos and I DID tell her no I said no pictures please!  And still she bent down and shoved her phone in my dogs face, 

P. S  if you ask nicely there is a big chance I will let you take a photo of her unless she should be seriously focusing on me for my health and safety

small-magical-mean-world:

simii:

rainbowconnection:

immafoxxx:

Trillion yesterday at Disneyland’s 59th birthday celebration! 

I’m sorry, I really am, but I have a story to tell about the owners of this dog. I apologize now for offending you, but I saw this happen yesterday, in this same spot, about 3:45. I do apologize if the dog I saw was a different dog, but it was yesterday, in this spot, with purple boots on and the same Pluto ears. So I’m making the safe assumption it was the same dog.

A girl my age, about 20, saw this dog, and we were both looking at her because she’s adorable, don’t you agree?? So the girl says “Ohmygosh this dog is so cute” and takes out her phone (or camera) to take a picture, but the two owners step in front of the dog and, in the rudest manner, say “Hey, no! Don’t take a picture of our dog. That’s weird.” And as they turned away, covering the dog, the one owner said “That’s like taking a picture of someone’s child, jeeze.” And the girl walked away without her picture, feeling really offended. 

Don’t get me wrong, if you don’t want people taking pictures of your dog, that’s your business, but I’ve rarely seen someone be so rude towards another guest, and I work with thousands of guests a day. 

I was extremely disappointed with the owners, in what could have been an extremely harmless and magical moment that you ruined. 

So I have a question…did you know that when disabled visitors come to Disneyland they don’t go there for the enjoyment of others who want to stare at them and take pictures? It is not up to a visitor and their SD to make Disneyland magical for them..that’s your job as far as I can tell. I am a nurse who takes care of medically fragile children. If i accompany my client to Disneyland with their family do I have to let some strangers take pics of their ventilator because they think its neat so as not to appear rude to the cast members and their other guests?

Did you even read what he said? Like, at all? He wasn’t upset that they didn’t let her take the picture, he was upset at how rude they were about the whole situation. There is a way to say no without offending others, and that was not the way.

Also, are you seriously comparing a service dog to a ventilator? Really?

This just in, a service dog is MEDICAL EQUIPMENT so yes comparing to a ventilator is correct, distracting a service dog Is dangerous for the handler, when my SD is doing her job alerting or anything people still constantly take photos and I DID tell her no I said no pictures please! And still she bent down and shoved her phone in my dogs face, P. S if you ask nicely there is a big chance I will let you take a photo of her unless she should be seriously focusing on me for my health and safety

simii:

rainbowconnection:

immafoxxx:

Trillion yesterday at Disneyland’s 59th birthday celebration! 

I’m sorry, I really am, but I have a story to tell about the owners of this dog. I apologize now for offending you, but I saw this happen yesterday, in this same spot, about 3:45. I do apologize if the dog I saw was a different dog, but it was yesterday, in this spot, with purple boots on and the same Pluto ears. So I’m making the safe assumption it was the same dog.

A girl my age, about 20, saw this dog, and we were both looking at her because she’s adorable, don’t you agree?? So the girl says “Ohmygosh this dog is so cute” and takes out her phone (or camera) to take a picture, but the two owners step in front of the dog and, in the rudest manner, say “Hey, no! Don’t take a picture of our dog. That’s weird.” And as they turned away, covering the dog, the one owner said “That’s like taking a picture of someone’s child, jeeze.” And the girl walked away without her picture, feeling really offended. 

Don’t get me wrong, if you don’t want people taking pictures of your dog, that’s your business, but I’ve rarely seen someone be so rude towards another guest, and I work with thousands of guests a day. 

I was extremely disappointed with the owners, in what could have been an extremely harmless and magical moment that you ruined. 

So I have a question…did you know that when disabled visitors come to Disneyland they don’t go there for the enjoyment of others who want to stare at them and take pictures? It is not up to a visitor and their SD to make Disneyland magical for them..that’s your job as far as I can tell. I am a nurse who takes care of medically fragile children. If i accompany my client to Disneyland with their family do I have to let some strangers take pics of their ventilator because they think its neat so as not to appear rude to the cast members and their other guests?

SHOTS FIRED

french:

I’m so fucking weird
It’s like:
I’m the nicest rude person you’ll ever meet.
I don’t give a fuck about anything but at the same time, I care about a lot.
I hate people but I want to be everyone’s friend.
I hate myself but I’m completely fabulous.
I need help.

you guys, im dumbfounded.

iv been called rude because I did not want some stranger shoving their iphone in my working dogs face… because i wanted some privacy as i gather the spoons to brave the park that i work in everyday but have only visited twice.

IM RUDE

BECAUSE I DON’T WANT THEM TO TAKE A PHOTO OF MY MEDICAL EQUIPMENT??? 

astheshipsways:

rainbowconnection:

immafoxxx:

Trillion yesterday at Disneyland’s 59th birthday celebration! 

I’m sorry, I really am, but I have a story to tell about the owners of this dog. I apologize now for offending you, but I saw this happen yesterday, in this same spot, about 3:45. I do apologize if the dog I saw was a different dog, but it was yesterday, in this spot, with purple boots on and the same Pluto ears. So I’m making the safe assumption it was the same dog.
A girl my age, about 20, saw this dog, and we were both looking at her because she’s adorable, don’t you agree?? So the girl says “Ohmygosh this dog is so cute” and takes out her phone (or camera) to take a picture, but the two owners step in front of the dog and, in the rudest manner, say “Hey, no! Don’t take a picture of our dog. That’s weird.” And as they turned away, covering the dog, the one owner said “That’s like taking a picture of someone’s child, jeeze.” And the girl walked away without her picture, feeling really offended. 
Don’t get me wrong, if you don’t want people taking pictures of your dog, that’s your business, but I’ve rarely seen someone be so rude towards another guest, and I work with thousands of guests a day. 
I was extremely disappointed with the owners, in what could have been an extremely harmless and magical moment that you ruined. 

Edited: person agree’ing with the above, and then apologizing to OP because they realized they misunderstood the thing, and that it was in fact rude of the guest to take a photo of medical equip. without permission.

fun fact: im also a castmember, and it’s VERY RUDE to take a photo of somebody’s service dog it happends to me and other handlers ALL THE TIME. and we HATE IT why don’t you go take a photo of somebodys cool high powerd wheelchair? 
i let the people that ASKED ME take a photo, but not strangers that stoop down to my sd level in her face take photos. that is RUDE.  

sorry not sorry youre lucky my other handler friends were not there because they would have been WAYYY MORE “rude” than i can ever be.

astheshipsways:

rainbowconnection:

immafoxxx:

Trillion yesterday at Disneyland’s 59th birthday celebration! 

I’m sorry, I really am, but I have a story to tell about the owners of this dog. I apologize now for offending you, but I saw this happen yesterday, in this same spot, about 3:45. I do apologize if the dog I saw was a different dog, but it was yesterday, in this spot, with purple boots on and the same Pluto ears. So I’m making the safe assumption it was the same dog.

A girl my age, about 20, saw this dog, and we were both looking at her because she’s adorable, don’t you agree?? So the girl says “Ohmygosh this dog is so cute” and takes out her phone (or camera) to take a picture, but the two owners step in front of the dog and, in the rudest manner, say “Hey, no! Don’t take a picture of our dog. That’s weird.” And as they turned away, covering the dog, the one owner said “That’s like taking a picture of someone’s child, jeeze.” And the girl walked away without her picture, feeling really offended. 

Don’t get me wrong, if you don’t want people taking pictures of your dog, that’s your business, but I’ve rarely seen someone be so rude towards another guest, and I work with thousands of guests a day. 

I was extremely disappointed with the owners, in what could have been an extremely harmless and magical moment that you ruined. 

Edited: person agree’ing with the above, and then apologizing to OP because they realized they misunderstood the thing, and that it was in fact rude of the guest to take a photo of medical equip. without permission.

fun fact: im also a castmember, and it’s VERY RUDE to take a photo of somebody’s service dog it happends to me and other handlers ALL THE TIME. and we HATE IT why don’t you go take a photo of somebodys cool high powerd wheelchair? 

i let the people that ASKED ME take a photo, but not strangers that stoop down to my sd level in her face take photos. that is RUDE.  

sorry not sorry youre lucky my other handler friends were not there because they would have been WAYYY MORE “rude” than i can ever be.