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  1. Most dogs are trained to sit quietly. I think thats probably a basic thing they do. They rest isnt to much to ask for either. Do you know of anyone who has this type of trained dog? That might be your best bet. I will be happy to ask around for reputable trainers in that area?
    We just adopted one dog to a woman in the hamptons who trains goldens as service dogs but rescued a pit from us! Too cute, they have doggie fountains and a trampoline for exercise. Ahhhh the life of a dog in the hamptons.......
  2. Thats a perfect amount of time. I have lots of rescue connections. So if you want me to ask around, I would be happy to!
    What type of service needs are you most in need of?
    You might this read
    http://www.dogster.com/forums/Servic.../thread/464729
  3. I read your post on German shepard service dogs. Didnt want it to get lost in the thread, Im bad at following along sometimes.
    In any event, I have worked with lots of service dogs/organizations. I really think that its less the breed (people will argue me) and more the way the dog is trained and the bond you feel together! I find that I dont prefer labs. IDK why, I know they make great service pets but the greatest service pet I ever had the pleasure of, was a pitbull. Believe that or not!
    Best of luck, if I can be of any assistance feel free
    xoxox Andrea
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    If you qualify for public housing ,I would talk to the Brisbane housing company ( which is who I rent from ) they have quite a few accessible flats in the inner city area and tend to give preference to actual wheelchair users ( which is how I managed to jump the lengthy waiting list ).
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    I am currently living in Brissy but I am from Mackay. its true there is a bit if a housing shortage in Mackay and you will probably have a hard time finding accesible rental accomodation. I don't know much about para villa but annabannana stayed there for a while back in the 90s so you might want to have a chat to her. All that aside you will probably find Mackay pretty w/c friendly and the people from the local brach of the sporting wheelies are very helpful in my experience. If you are looking for work you should contact the spinal injuries association who have special people to help find employment for memebers, I was just talking to one today as I too am looking for work.
    If you have any other questions that I might be able to answer for about Mackay or anything don't hesitate to ask.
    All the Best.
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C5 Quad (incomplete), broke my neck in a rugby union scrum. I have no triceps, little trunk control,
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