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Post Info TOPIC: Unusual Situations

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RE: Unusual Situations

I would include it in your notes for initial questions to ask prospective clients. I like to have a list by the phone so I don't forget anything. "Do you have any animals or pets of any kind?" It might sound like an "inventory-related" question and you can say so. No need to reveal anything personal.

kelly scott
secure inventories
boston, ma

Kelly Scott
Secure Inventories

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I am curious about how other inventory specialists hand unusual situations.  For example, how do you handle the situation when a client has a dangerous pet or a reptile for a pet? 

I know we advise the client to keep the dog in another part of the house or somewhere safe.  But if you have a real concern about other pets or you may have an alergy to an animal.  How are these situations handled?

I have a daughter who is seriously afraid of snakes.  While walking through the mall one time we saw a man with a little girl on his shulder.  She had a large snake wrapped around her as they walked through a crowded mall.  My daughter grabbed my arm and beat on me.  My arm was bruised for a couple days.  I don't know what she would do if I had come  to a client's home as my assistant.


George A. Childs

Quality Home Inventory Service, Inc.
24 Stockton Dr. 
New Castle, De. 19702

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