Leadwithyourdogsheart2014

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Name: Morgance Ellis
Date registered: July 18, 2014
URL: http://www.diabetesalertservicedogs.com

Latest posts

  1. Which TSA Will Travelers Get This Holiday Season? — November 16, 2016
  2. Plane Captain Makes Plea for ‘Common Decency’ After Post-election Fight Breaks Out on Flight — November 15, 2016
  3. Future of Flying with X-Ray Vision — November 12, 2016
  4. Combat Veteran with PTSD Refused Air Travel With Service Dog by American Airlines — November 10, 2016
  5. DOT ACAA Regulation talks — October 14, 2016

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  1. K9 Wings Service Dog Airport Training Seminars – Security, Safety and Efficiency in Air Travel — 9 comments

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Nov 22

Delta Airlines Bans Pets From Traveling as Checked Baggage

The days of checking both your suitcase and your pet are coming to an end. Delta Air Lines announced that effective March 1, the airline will no longer accept pets as checked baggage unless the passenger either requires a service or emotional support animal or is a military member with active transfer orders. After Delta’s …

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May 10

New Exciting Additions Coming Soon to K9 Wings Seminars!

  New exciting additions will be added to our K9 Wings Service Dog Airport Training Seminars that will turn it into a 2 day event packed with even more important information, education and training for Service Dog Teams. Stay tune………..

May 10

Ways to Communicate Your Special Needs to a TSA Officer

We are all unique individuals coming from a diverse multicultural society. We have different beliefs, concerns and ways of doing things. Many of us deal with disabilities both visible and invisible. TSA has been working with many organizations, companies and individuals through coalitions to learn how to improve their workforce to respectfully communicate and handle …

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May 10

Sweet Snoopers – New Online Diabetes Alert Dog Training Program

“Sweet Snoopers” is a new on-line training program developed by Debby Kay for people with Diabetic Alert Dogs and Dog Trainers. This program is a gold standard of education excellence to enhance the training in all levels of a professional Service Dog team, from beginning, intermediate, advanced and maintenance training in Diabetes Alert Dogs. Debby …

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May 10

Great Training Places for Service Dogs

On our recent trip to the east coast in April, Ellie and I visited the Marine Corps Museum in VA. It is an amazing, beautifully designed museum.  The layout is well lit and displayed with a wealth of historical information. It also had several area’s designed for teaching young children. There is information and artifacts …

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May 10

TSA LAX Roundtable – May 2015

Ellie and I participated in TSA’s Multicultural and Disabilities Department Roundtable discussions at LAX in May 2015. We shared our concerns and discussed ways to improve procedures for passengers going through the security screening process for air travel. I am honored to be a part of the TSA coalition. I am always striving to find …

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Jan 16

World’s Safest Airlines for 2015

Airline Ratings 2015 list of the worlds safest airlines. http://www.airlineratings.com/news/425/worlds-safest-airlines-for-2015 . Take the time to do research on the airlines you want to use for your travel destinations before you book a flight. Check their safety records, on-time flights, customer reviews, lost baggage, FAA safety inspections and of course their Service Dog polices. It is important to support the airlines …

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Jan 12

Emergency Preparedness

Whatever modes of transportation we choose to use when we travel with our Service Dog, we need to be prepared for the possibility of encountering an incident of being injured and/or faced with being involved in an emergency evacuation. A great way to be prepared is to gain knowledge and skills through becoming certified in “Pet CPR, First-Aid …

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Jan 12

TSA CARES Disability Notification Card

           TSA CARES has an online notification card that can be filled out, printed and handed to TSA officers by passengers with disabilities as a way to discreetly communicate their health conditions as they proceed through the security check points at airports.   http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/notification-card Establishing better ways to communication between disabled passengers and TSA officers is just another way “TSA Cares” is …

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Nov 11

Honoring Our Military Hero’s

  K9 Wings would like to salute all the military personal who have served our country and fought alongside soldiers in other countries so they can also live in peace with a true leadership in justice for all. May we all take a few moments not just today, but each day to ring a bell of freedom as we stand …

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