Hello again all! So I know this has been covered a few times, but I have a few personal questions if I may. I was approached by a gal I've known for a while tonight (we'll call her OS for older sister) who had some questions I didn't exactly know the answers to. Long story short, her younger sister (YS) was shot in the back of the head and left for dead, but is now making a slow recovery. She is able to communicate but is re learning how to do other basic human functions and will be hospital bound for an extended amount of time. OS asked me about service horses. She wants one to be basically a companion to her sister, as she's missing her horses terribly, but the QH's are much to big for her to be around right now. She asked me if I did training for that or if I knew anybody who did that. I said no, but I would find out more and get back to her. So, one thing I'm wondering is, would anybody know of a place or person who might train service minis in Utah or the neighboring states? Would this require special training to be just a companion (like emotional support)? I'm guessing they would want it to be able to come in the house too and be able to go places, because they wanted a service dog, but mom is allergic. I feel this is a bit of a long shot, but worth a try. Another question, OS didn't say it, but she certainly hinted that YS would like a visit from a horse.... I have thought about taking my Miss May up to see her, but I'm wary, she's not potty trained or perfectly behaved, but she loves to be loved. YS is now able to go outside for short periods of time, so I thought maybe I could get permission to meet her outside, or maybe even in the lobby. Is there anything I would need to talk about with the hospital? Or would I need to be invited? Thank you for your input!