A little off topic.
I used to train guide dog puppies and would routinely travel with them (generally at about 6mos. on) as they were preparing for their formal matriculation.
Restaurant training was basically the "go under" command that included go under the table, stay under the table, do nothing under the table, ignore dropped food while under the table, etc.
Most people were surprised to see the dog emerge.
Too bad all dogs can’t be well behaved and reliable, I think I’d be happy with civilian dogs — especially in outside dining areas and such.
There are many "guide dog traveling with guy" that can follow this, but that would really be digressing.
That reminds me of the motel I stayed at with the following pet policy:
I ve been operating this motel for many years. In all that time, I ve never had a dog steal towels, linens, silverware or pictures off the walls. I ve never had to evict a dog in the middle of the night for being drunk and disorderly. And I ve never had a dog run out on a motel bill. Yes, indeed, your dog is welcome at my motel. And, if your dog will vouch for you, you re welcome to stay here as well.
That said. Remember, a guide dog is not a pet. Don’t put up a sign that says "No pets, except guide dogs" … it is more appropriate to say "no animals, except those in service to the handicapped" … and finally, remember all handicaps are not obvious …
Sorry for the discourse.