Does this seem haram to you?
Would you pull your kid out of school if this happened at his or her school?
Why would having a life saving dog be a bad thing. I would have loved to have a dog bro chill with me all day when I was a kid.
by smelling whether gluten is present in the girls food I assume
In my experience it is only Arabs that actually hate dogs.
Most Muslims are fine with then even though they are considered unclean. Just not allowed have them in holy places or touch them after they purify themselves to pray.
Know plenty of Muslims with pet dogs and know one that even works at the local pet shelter.
I was wondering that too.
I know that some allergies can be so severe that even mild exposure can be fatal.
My brother went to a boarding school and one of the students had such a severe peanut allergy that they completely banned all peanut containing products from the school grounds. Having a dog to warn the girl when gluten is nearby is a much better solution in my opinion.
if someone with celiac disease eats gluten, they'll just get some bowel distress: constipation, diarrhea, gas, cramping, etc.
it's not a life or death situation. not like a peanut or bee sting allergy.
Schools are insane now. First no peanuts, then no latex, now no bread or pepper. Yes, no pepper.
I work as a cook for a food supplier and the list of do's and don'ts increases every year.
I have seen the Protein Paladin, and his name is Scooby.
Who the fuck cares about a dog?
Even if you don't find it cute or whimsical, why on Earth would you be offended off to pull your kid out of school? What kind of faggot parent would do that?
They don't have anaphalactic shock. But it does kill parts of their intestine everytime they ingest some. With enough exposure, they will be incapable of absorbing any nutrients and will starve to death. It also causes calcium deposits in the brain that cause blindness. Its; far more serious than just "bowel distress" of a simple gluten allergy. Some cases have seizures when they ingest gluten - this happens to my brother. And kids are dicks. Some kids pelt him with cupcakes when some has a birthday, which causes him to break out in hives.
My friend's roommate was severe celiac. Just the tiny particles of flour in the air after someone else cooked would make her ill for the rest of the day.
At my job, we had a contractor in for a day when someone was eating peanuts in the next room over. Just the dust from that a whole room away and the contractor had visible allergic symptoms (runny nose, red eyes) and had to leave.
The dog probably smells it in other people's food nearby to alert her to leave.
What's wrong with having the dog there, OP? I'm sure the girl didn't demand that he have the dog's picture taken too, the photographer probably just thought it would be funny.
It's just a little girl and her service dog. Why does this trigger you enough to make a thread, OP? Why?
How ridiculous. This could only be USA.
The school should ensure that their food is suitable for the children. They know this kid can't tolerate gluten so separate food should be made for her, or she should bring in her own food.
Instead she has to bring in a dog.
>tfw I have Celiac disease and never got a gluten seeking dog
>all I get is pain and overpriced food
Lucky kid. ;_;
The gluten free food economy is run by jews though. $6 for a loaf of bread is hard to justify. I expected the food prices to go down overtime, but after 7 years of this, they stay the same. You just get more to pick from.
Kid has an allergy. Kid is too young to explain gluten properly. Dog can prevent kid from accidently eating the thing that she's deadly allergic to. Kid's schools have a lot of events where food is shared - ice cream parties, birthdays, snacks. Lots of exposure. How alienated does the kid already feel? Kids will risk death to fit in. The dog prevents her from eating shit she can't, gives her a friend who won't ridicule her for having a problem and probably makes the other kids more friendly towards her because they want to play with her dog.
'Therapy animal' permits are abused all the time. I work in a theater and had to let a guy in with a fucking parrot because of this shit. He had all the paperwork, and we would have been sued for ADA compliance if we refused.
Ok, let's make a deal... children and adults alike. If you have a genetic condition that requires you to have a special snowflake animal, you can have it but you lose the right to ever have children. You're an evolutionary mistake, a dead end. We'll keep you alive until old age or you do something stupid on your own but you don't get to pollute the gene pool with your special little condition.
>emotional support turkey
>joint yearbook photo
>maybe North America doesn't deserve to exist after all
Because someone will say "fake"...
>"When I saw that turkey on Twitter, I thought here we go," he said. "Some people are going to very annoyed that they paid several hundred dollars to fly with a turkey."
>It's likely airline executives feel the same way. But airlines face fines as high as $150,000 for refusing requests for legitimate support animals, and as those requests increase, so does the threat of a lawsuit.
>According to Bunn, until the Department of Transportation changes guidelines, there's only one solution.
>"The airlines and everyone on board will have to live with it,"says Bunn.
Reminds me of Mr Gibbs
The only explanation possible Mr. Trips... snowflakes gonna snowflake.
If my kid was allergic to dogs, I actually would move my kid to another school rather then raise a stink over some little girl who is so fucked up that they need an alert dog to help keep them from dying, or test her food or whatever the fuck that's about.
If no allergy, then no big deal. I went to a rural school that had a whole mess of cats living on the property. They were not nice cats, but they were educational.
As for something being Haram, I literally raise pigs for extra cash. Not all of them live to sale.
My property is protected by piggy poltergeists.
Muh gluten intolerance!
Seriously, there are about 20 people in the country whose existence is actually threatened by gluten. The rest are just lazy fucks who want to blame wheat for why they're so fucking fat and gross. Gluten intolerance shit fits the typical Amerifat like a fucking glove.
>what's wrong with having a cool ass dog get into a yearbook?
Fuck off, socialist scum! That dog didn't even take one fucking exam all goddamned year, didn't finish one solitary project, and has no mastery of the English language. Fuck a yearbook photo, you gotta earn that shit!
>Implying an emotional support llama isn't superior.
No, I'm fucking right on this.
I watched a friend take a gluten intolerance test once. It involved a naturopathic specialist who put his hands on top of hers and said "Say the words, 'I like like gluten', and if your hands fall when I apply pressure, that means you have an intolerance".
kekekekekekekekekek, when's the last time ANY of us have heard of someone actually being hospitalized or killed by accidentally eating gluten?
Maybe some faggot with a deficient system somewhere who is shit-tier humanity has such an actual thing, but normal people, nah, we can eat balls of dough and laugh it off. Must suck to be one of those 20 who actually suffer from such a rare ailment and not be one of the usual lazy fucks who uses it as an excuse for why the world needs to cater to their make-believe syndrome.
This. It can be hard for people to understand how sensitive some allergies can be unless they've got them. I've got a peanut allergy, and one time I had a severe reaction after I (unknowingly) drunk from someone's glass after they had been eating peanuts.
Then tell me, why doesn't every kid with ANY food allergy have a fucking alert dog with them at all times for those who have some really serious shit?
Oh, that's right, muh bread is gonna kill you.
At least you've got something real. Sucks, because peanuts are the shit, but I can understand your problem unlike the billion people who all decided that they're allergic to gluten all at once, even though they ate it for 20-40 years prior with no ill effects.
If Muslims do pull their kids out because of the dog then that dog deserves a freaking medal.
I've got an aunt with Celiac's, she was diagnosed through blood tests and a colonoscopy
And it's less of a "Oh god I'm going to die thing" and more that it makes people suffering from it feel shitty all the time, and one of the big problems is because eating too much gluten doesn't just mean they feel sick for a little while, it means they're looking at 1-2 months for it to work its way out of their system. It's more of a pain in the ass than anything, I won't lie though, gluten-free brownies are some good shit
There's a difference between an intolerance and a autoimmune disease. An intolerance won't tear apart your lower intestine. When it is legitimate celiac disease, it feels like you've been shot in the stomach while your whole body turns against you. I end up vomiting and shitting myself until I pass out if I ingest any. The pain stays with you for a day or so after and you don't feel right for a while.
I wish fad dieters didn't give people this mentality.
no, they're not; i.e., snowball effect over decades
sorry you're afflicted
"Adults with celiac disease have a several-fold higher than normal risk of developing lymphomas (cancers of the lymph glands) in the small intestine and elsewhere, especially in the first year after diagnosis. They also have a high risk of small intestinal and, to a lesser degree, of esophageal carcinomas (cancers of the inner lining of the intestine and esophagus)."
Are you fucking retarded?
I said for some people, as in there are rarer cases of people who are ultra sensitive.
Are you seriously this ignorant?
This goes for tons of allergies, it varies per person moron.
Some people could just get a sniffle, others wind up in the hospital from just slight contact.
That's why every restaurant is obligated to mention if a food has anything that can cause an allergic reaction, no matter how rare. People have died over little things like this.
>Does this seem haram to you?
If I was a shitskin then yeah it would be haram. But because I am a fucking human I consider the dog a great addition
>Would you pull your kid out of school if this happened at his or her school?
No and have dealt with service dogs. They are fucking good trained animals that never cause shit.
Prevents the owner from eating gluten or get in contact with it since they are trained to smell that shit out.
>emotionally crippled numales, betas, cat ladies and psychos really like their pets
>sorry you can't bring your pet in here
>MAYBE IF I PUT UP A BIG TANTRUM SO LOUD IT BECOMES A MOVEMENT??
Dog. Much rather not eat lunch when I can bring my Bull Mastiff to class and around campus showing Muzzies the meaning of terror.
>Girl in dinner hall
>Lunch lady serving her food
>dog smells gluten
>Viciously mauls lunch lady
>Kid eats her gluten free lunch
>Big sheboon lunch lady gets stitches and dismissal from her job for trying to give allergic kid gluten
>Joins black lives matter movement
>Gets arrested while protesting
>Accidentally dies while held in cell overnight
>One less sheboon in the world
Wrong. muslims despise anyone who keeps them as pets. You can only have them to help on the farm or guard. If you bring them inside they must be killed and the home is unclean
Learn your enemy.
And what the fuck do you think an allergy is?
"A condition in which the immune system reacts abnormally to a foreign substance."
You are the biggest fucking moron on earth right now.
Even if it isn't specifically an allergy, intensity still fucking varies per person.
>Johnny Depp takes 2 little dogs to australia
>no one getting harmed
>some fucktard minister pokes his nose in and they threaten to execute the dogs because apparently it's against some quarantine rule
>country filled with abbos and 50kg spiders but you worried about a couple of corgis ok.jpeg
>Depp gets them flew back to california
>aussies dont let it drop, trying to prosecute his wife criminally
What the fuck Australia? What's your problem with dogs?
I'm not a fucking Muslim, so why would it be haram? Nice try Ahmed.
Gluten intolerance is gluten intolerance, it's pretty much a non-condition.
Celiac is pretty severe, however it doesn't warrant an alert dog, just 5 minutes of teaching the kid to read labels and ask any cooks what they put in their damn food.
Yeah, his description is a bit off, Celiac is not the body overreacting to a non-toxic chemical and using a typical immune response to reject it, it's the body noticing that gluten is there and then attacking everything in the area, in this case, damaging cells in the upper bowel, causing swelling, perforation and malabsorbtion of certain nutrients, generaly leading to celiacs being thin, sad and with poor bone structure.
>mfw I could eat 8-10 large pizzas a week alongside normal meals and excessive snacking and still stay underweight, that is, before I got a diagnosis and found out I was significantly shortening my lifespan.
Can you imagine the complexes a kid could get from having to ask the lunch lady what's in the food every day, in front of other kids? Would become a social recluse.
A dog is much cooler.
Dogs are more visible, more strange and more prone to abuse, anyone with a food intolerance, allergy or celiac would likely be either asking what's in the food or bringing in packed food.
Although yeah, dogs are fucking cool.
I feel like that all the time and hate the correlation. I'm glad it's dying down.
Usually the people that see it as a fad are people trying to be trendy or fat fad dieters. I've had fat family members try the diet and all I can do is cringe. They think one piece of gluten free cake allows them to eat five more pieces of regular cake.
Weak and sickly bitches.
At first I didn't see the problem. I assumed celiac disease was something serious because I've never fucking heard of it. I thought it was cute that they let the dog be in the yearbook.
But then I googled celiac disease.
Why the fuck do you need a service dog for a gluten allergy?
Dogs are able to detect early signs of an allergic reaction and are trained to alert others if it happens. The dog could also be trained to detect foods with gluten so the girl can avoid being near them.
why don't you tell that to this guy who plays in the NFL and has celiac disease.
I genuinely believe wolves and dogs have fundamentally nobler instincts than primates, and any advantage humans have is simply from raw intelligence.
American football (Also known as ''Bum-driller rugby'') is for brain-damaged and homosexual Negroes.
The entire sport is a joke, and is only kept alive because of advertising and the massive revenue the Juden get from it.
Prove me wrong.
The last bit about them walking into McDonalds was probably a lie to make the story more fun, but there is a lot of truth in crows being extremely intelligent and capable of face recognition, even having the ability to pass the information they've gathered regarding their interactions with humans down to their offspring. So I believe that his story is plausible, especially considering that he "trained" the birds for several weeks before this divide became apparent.
Watch some documentaries on them
Reminder that the concept of the "alpha male" among wolves is based on behavior in captivity, in the wild the alpha is simply the father. Wolves are better at monogamy than a species known for extreme lengths taken to enforce it, no wonder Muslims hate them.
>when's the last time ANY of us have heard of someone actually being hospitalized or killed by accidentally eating gluten?
i know a girl who was hospitalized for eating gluten.
she was shitting blood for a few days
What's even better are the nonprofits that go around testing to see if you know this and if you fuck up they sue you to "recoup the cost of the training visit" which naturally costs like $500 an hour.
Happened to my firm
Nope, gluten is used a preservative in most processed foods. It never says gluten on the label. It says something like 'modified food starch'. Now that could be corn starch that is gluten free or it could be wheat starch which is not gluten free. I would err on the side of caution and avoid that product.
I was diagnosed celiac on sept 10, 2001 (easy to remember). It is still a daily struggle to make sure I don't get sick.
Holy shit, which backwards country was this in? fucking Zambia?
The tests for celiac are both qualitative and quantitative, the blood test shows how much improperly processed gluten is about and the intestinal biopsy shows the autoimmune reaction when the samples are tested under a microscope, nothing make-believe about celiac.
Gluten intolerance though, that one's anyone's guess.
Ah, in Britain it's a legal requirement to list all such allergens as what they are, in big bold letters on a label and in a separate allergens list.
Being a celiac in Scotland is less of a struggle.
>Also diagnosed, recent though, kind of missing muh cheap, junky delicious and widely available gluten filled foods.
>Also, same poster as the one you replied to, different computer.
>Captcha: Select all images with bread
Do yourself a favor and look for Schar Artisan Bread or Three Bakers White. It's the best after eating Udis for years. Udis is okay, but I got tired of getting a leaf with holes in it.
>in big bold letters on a label
In the US the FDA passed a new law about a year ago requiring food makers to list 'potential allergens' on the label. Labels nowadays say 'Contains: Wheat, etc, etc.' at the bottom of the label. Much easier than it used to be.
The problem for me is eating out. The risk for cross contamination is real (I'm really sensitive). I ended up sick probably 90% of the time I ate out... so I don't eat out anymore.
I'm extremely allergic to dogs, so I would have been pretty angry if my school had a dog in the fucking class rooms. I mean, I stop breathing around dogs.
Cute picture though. If I didn't have asthma, I wouldn't care.
I'm sure plenty of people were squawking about that...
I just laughed for like 5 minutes thinking about what a train wreck that dog would be by the end of the day.
I am allergic to poultry.
I call bullshit on people who think that allergens are like radiation or some shit that just infuse themselves into the surfaces they touch. You consumed a small trace of peanut residue, had the glass been cleaned there would have been no problem.
Likewise people who react to say 'the smell of peanuts' are not having an allergic reaction but a psychosomatic reaction.
I'd throw you all into the oven along with the jews and muslims
>makes the other kids more friendly towards her because they want to play with her dog.
Fucking this. It doesn't matter if it's not supposed to be treated like a pet, kids don't care. Having an animal with you, no matter what kind, will make you everyone's best friend at this age.
That's the thing. Gluten Free isn't Celiac. My ex-girlfriend had Celiac. It's a rare, legit disorder than got muddled because a bunch of diet trend faggots decided it was giving them problems when it wasn't doing anything to them at all since they didn't have Celiac disease.
Fad diet faggots =/= People with actual Celiac disease
I worked at a kennel when i was 16 cleaning the cages and the runs, there were quite a few police dogs that stayed there pretty often. Those dogs were the only ones in that whole kennel that wouldn't bark or jump or get wild when i took them out to clean the cages. I mean shit German Shepards are bred as service dogs, so much so that when they aren't trained from birth they get unruly as hell when they grow up. It's like some ingrained need/desire to serve and have structure and order in their lives. When they don't get that, they become a nervous wreck.
>dog vows to protect sick little girl
>dog is honored for it by school and is remembered for posterity
>dog is given family name
>lunch lady fears precisely this
>gets an emotional support bear
>it is trained to maul gluten-detecting dogs
>other kids' parents get their kids emotional support animal detecting support animals
>in days the school is filled with lions, whole murders of ravens, Bullmastiffs, bison, more bears, elephants and an ewe
>someone fuck up one thing
>we Tokyo Jungle now