Thankfully I know that SDs * DO NOT have to be cerified OR have a PAT *! and Mine are owner/trained. Well I guess it's a good thing u are moving.. you don't sound nice and am removing u as a friend on FB * . It's people like you that flaunt that YOUR dog is "certified" that give us owner/trainers and people that don't have their dogs certified a hard time with access issues! Thankfully, I didn't waste my money doing something the ADA * says i don't have to do!!!!
Apparently this woman has a habit of going off at others and has been kicked off a number of lists, some of which I have been on. Occasionally she sees me on a group on Facebook and tries to get in a couple of pot shots, but usually the moderator will cut it off before I even get a chance to see it. I understand what psychiatric service dogs are, but I am really wondering what a service dog can do to help an individual who may have a mental illness, yes, but who is an irrational b---- to everyone. She has 2 service dogs and neither of them seem to help her with the areas that truly affect her life (and everyone around her) negatively. I am not sure what a dog can do to assist an attitudinal personality disorder. Service dogs are usually used to help a person manage symptoms of a disabling Axis I major mental illness diagnosis.
I am being too harsh when I really don't know all the details. However I feel I've got to share this stuff somewhere!