Service Dog at Disney: What Does She Do on the Rides?! 🏰🐾

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24 Comments on “Service Dog at Disney: What Does She Do on the Rides?! 🏰🐾”

  1. You’re so inspiring ❤️ I’ve been dealing with a lot of physical and mental health issues recently, but seeing how you’ve overcome your obstacles and you’re so positive really gives me hope for my future.

  2. J do you have footage of what happens 2 your ride aka wheelchair? Disney was my most special place in the world. Every year I went 2 Disney @ celebrate my bday. Also how do you get the disable times for the rides or shows. Just like you my fav ride was Haunted House.

    1. They have a place at each ride where you put your wheelchair.
      I’m not aware of specific times for disabled to do a ride. Most of the time they send you in a different way and you end up not waiting as long. Or at least that was my experience a few years ago.
      Cast members are extremely helpful .

  3. I’m glad all three of you can enjoy Disney together! I also want to know what everyone’s favourite rides are?

    1. My favorite ride was soaring. I literally felt all well as my children that we were ” Soaring ” through different places in the world and in the clouds. I love Disney!!!

  4. Jacquie, I think you are an amazing and brave person. I love how even with your medical challenges you strive so much to enjoy life and go on adventures such as to Disney!!! You inspire me so much. I have MS and just recently got diagnosed and I can relate to a lot of what you experience medically. You seem like a really sweet lady and thank you so much again for your videos of the adventures you and Judd and Harlow share with us!!!! Take care and I hope yall have a great holiday season. Love from your The Great White North Neighbour❤️❤️

  5. harlow is just the cutest doggo. i caught myself saying aww out loud 3 times 🙈 greetings from germany and my two doggos hopey and marco

  6. Harlow is just too sweet. I can’t take it I just want to give her kisses! lol Thank you for this video! I really had been wondering about this for quite some time now. I love your informative videos!

  7. Very informative, thank you. As a matter of fact this Service is much more disability-friendly and accessible than even the german public buildings (e.g doctors health-insurance companys, City/county offices). Those have to be accessible by law, in real are at best semi-acessible. So glad that some Companies are such a rolemodel for disability acessability and so on

  8. I am so glad to know all of this about Disney. I can’t wait until I have the chance to go with my service dog. I am thinking of moving to Florida in the next year or so and knowing Disney is such an accommodating place for service dogs definitely puts it high on my list of things to do.

  9. This is great! My SD was just a puppy last time we went to Disney, so he wasn’t with us.
    Very little phases him other than us being separated on a bad day. Our zoo has a ski lift ride they call skyfari that he loves to go on. The employees always worry that he will try to jump off if scared. He just sits right next to me. I’m betting mine would be a barker, but don’t know for sure. He loves his kennel and I don’t have trouble when I’m in the hospital. I just stick him in the bathroom when I have to go for x-rays or surgery. He doesn’t bark in there but he does know that people come real fast if you pull the red chord on the wall. We have to make sure we keep it up on the wall where he can’t reach it! Harlow is such a good girl!

  10. I don’t currently have a service dog, but it warms my heart to see that Disney sounds like they do a lot to try to be accessible. 🙌🏽👍🏽

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