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Updated: 4/6/2020
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  • No training required!
  • I found a website where I can register my dog as a service dog! I can buy a ID and a vest!
  • SD
  • He is a service dog! do you want to see his ID?
  • But he has an ID
  • If he is pooping in the store we are legally allowed to kick your dog out
  • Ma'm only service dogs are allowed on the premises. Ma'm only service dogs are allowed on the premises.
  • He is a service dog! he has an ID
  • Sorry, only service dogs are allowed here!
  • Realservice dogs don't have IDs. they need to be trained for someone with a disability. Please dont bring him into stores, he can distract real service dogs and cause them to miss an alert and cause harm to the handler
  • There are a lot of scams sites that say you can register or certify your dog as a service dog. There is no official certification or registration for service animals, these sites are just trying get you to pay $30+ for a useless ID or $70+ dollars for a vest!
  • ADA:SERVICE DOGLAWS
  • Service dogs are really expensive if you get them from a program, they can be $25,000+. But another option is to owner train, this option is more popular. Owner training is where you train your own service dog.
  • Service dogs are task trained to aid someone with a disability. If a dog is showing signs of aggression, defecating or isn't being controlled properly (whether they are a service dog or not) they legally cannot be somewhere that pets aren't allowed.
  • In most states service dogs in training (SDITs) have the same rights as service dogs. But some states don't allow SDITs to have public access (PA)
  • Fake service dogs can pose a threat to real service dogs. They can distract real SDs and cause them to miss an alert, for example, they might miss a seizure alert and their handler could fall and get brain damage.
  • Only service dogs are allowed here.
  • ESAs do not have PA.
  • But she's a emotional support animal (ESA)
  • From the ADA: Q5. Does the ADA require service animals to be professionally trained?A. No. People with disabilities have the right to train the dog themselves and are not required to use a professional service dog training program.
  • In MN SDITs are allowed PA. From the MN Council on Disability: Minnesota statute 256C.02 states that, in Minnesota, service animals in training have the same rights as service animals and are allowed in places of public accommodation. This is a Minnesota state law, it is not in the ADA.
  • From the MN Council on Disability: Minnesota statute 609.833: It is against the law to misrepresent an animal as a service animal and is punishable by fines and jail time. An emotional support animal is not a service animal and their owners may be liable under this law.
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