As a service dog handler who has been personally accompanied by a dog 24 hours a day 7 days a week for over eleven years, I have had just about every experience possible with a service dog right beside me. Ive been to football games and experienced the roar of a crowd as the winning touchdown has been scored, Ive been to amusement parks with two puppies in training in tow and squeezed myself and my service dog on an airplane more than 50 times. I was a newbie handler for the first several years of Liames life and like you, I had been told to socialize my puppy to as many people, places and things as possible. But as a new handler, what I didnt know is if there were places you should never take a service dog in training or even a fully fledged service dog. Laurence from Topeka Kansas has our question of the week. Laurence wants to know if there are any places you should never take a service dog in training to. See what my advice is so you can prevent a mistake that could easily ruin your dogs’ ability to become a stably temperamented public access service dog.