- Demanding late entry, as deadlines are for mere mortals.
- Demanding a team change after closing
- Demanding a new DRAW partner
- Allowing his dog to bark and lunge at others
- Using outside equipment at the trial site
- Demeaning other competitors
- Yelling at the volunteers
- Faking course building to pre-walk the course before the mortals
- Refusing to team/pair with a small dog
- Refusing or giving poor instruction to those with a different dog
- Bringing un-entered dogs to indoor trials when expressly asked not to do so
- Slap on a service dog vest for priority boarding and free animal transportation to competitions
- The SAG, when called out for the poor behavior, finds it beneath him to apologize for it, even if said apology would most likely be insincere.
I have played team sports since fifth grade in 1985. At the end of a game, regardless of your feelings towards the opponents, you always shook hands and said, "Good game." You did not talk smack for fear of being benched. If children can be good sports, why can't adults be the same? Would I not be fired from my job for creating a hostile work environment for yelling, cheating, and being ornery to my co-workers?
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