Lowman Law Firm 2nd Annual Dice Run

Lowman Law Firm 2nd Annual Dice Run for K9 Partners for Patriots

Written by K9 Partners for Patriots

February 17, 2022

Discover why flea markets may not be the best environment for service dogs.

Learn about risks, distractions, and considerations for handlers.

1. Crowded Environment: Flea markets are often bustling with crowds, which can be overwhelming for a service dog. The dog may become stressed or anxious in such a busy atmosphere.

2. Distractions: Flea markets are filled with various sights, sounds, and smells that can distract a service dog from its duties. This could potentially compromise its ability to assist its handler effectively.

3. Unpredictable Behavior of Other Animals: Other visitors to the flea market may bring their pets along, which can lead to encounters with unfamiliar animals. This may pose a risk to the safety and focus of the service dog.

4. Risk of Injury: With so many people moving around and browsing items, there’s an increased risk of accidental tripping or stepping on the service dog, which could lead to injury.

5. Exposure to Unsanitary Conditions: Flea markets may not always maintain the cleanest environment, and the service dog may come into contact with unsanitary surfaces or substances.

6. Lack of Accommodation for the Dog: Flea markets may not be equipped to handle service dogs properly, such as providing suitable resting areas, water, or relief spots for the dog.

7. Potential Stress for the Dog: A flea market’s constant stimulation and unfamiliar surroundings could cause stress or discomfort for the service dog, which may affect its overall well-being and ability to perform its tasks.

Given these factors, it’s important for service dog handlers to carefully consider whether taking their dog to a flea market is truly necessary and in the best interest of the dog’s welfare and effectiveness in assisting its handler.

Lowman Law Firm 2nd Annual Dice Run for K9 Partners for Patriots

April 9th, 2022 | Rain or Shine


$20 Rider | $10 Passenger
Registration Starts at 9:30 am
– Kick Stands Up at 11 am
– Last Bike in at 5 pm

5 Stops

50/50 Raffles at Every Stop

VFW 8713

East Jefferson Street, Brooksville

$5 Breakfast Buffet

VFW 8681

18940 Drayton Street, Spring Hill

VFW 4412

9734 Dick Street, Hudson

VFW 9236

3435 Shoal Line Blvd, Hernando Beach

Moose Lodge

17129 Wiscon Blvd, Brooksville

Food Provided by Moose Riders

Lawless Intent 3-7

Emcee’d by the Big Ragoo and the Red Headed Step Child
High Hand $200 | Low Hand $50

For more information

Text Parker: (352) 277-2565 

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