You could always offer to give the anxious lady's dog a nick name.
My dog has many many nicknames - including snowy, snowflake, bluey, patch, spot....
I wasn't overly concerned with that lady as she didn't have the internet, nor the ability to understand Facebook and didn't use emails (everything over phone and snail mail) so she wouldn't have been able to see him enjoying himself anyway (or check that I didn't post him, but I didn't post him on principle).
Gosh our dogs are posted in many different places all over the place..so many people take pics of us water training at Lilydale Lake, Lake Hume and again just this weekend at Dogs Day out @KCC... I just let it all run. I did however object when a picture of our Katy cruising on the kayak was posted on FB as being someone else's dog in Europe....They had no idea the newfoundland community is so tight/small and how well we know the dogs Several people told the poster and me who the dog really was. I did have something to say to them and i posted a lot of pics of her on the same kayak in different poses and areas to let the followers know. Anyone can post or re-post, but they cannot claim my dog as theirs. I think it would be more complimentary if a business wanted to post your dog's pic
Pets are forever
Last two sets of classes I attended asked me to sign a photo consent form for Scottie and I. So - yes I assume they're going to share photos of me and my dog.
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