Guide to Service Animals

 

Many keep their dogs as pets or for security; however, dogs can be used to guide people with disability. The dogs are unique because they are the only animal that can be used as the service animals. They are individually trained to do the work or person tasks for a person with a disability. Those animals are allowed to accompany the people with limitation in all areas where the humans are allowed. The service animals guide people who are blind, alerting the people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting the person with seizures, and reminding the person with the mental illness to take the prescribed medicine. The service animals are allowed in the state and the local government, businesses, and nonprofit organizations just as humans are allowed.

 

 However,  service animals must be under control through leashing and tethering unless devices interfere with animal or the individual is again the use of machines. In the case the tools cannot be used on the dog, the individual owner must take the full control of the animal through the voices, signs, and the other effective ways of power. When it is not apparent the work of the services dog that it performs, only limited inquiries are allowed. Be sure to read more here!

 

There are various reasons that you cannot limit the service animal with the disabled person from entering the area like the allergies and the fear of the dog. This is not enough reason for denying access to the people who are using the service animals. But if a person with a disability is allowed in the room where there is another with animal allergies, they must stay in the same place but allocated different locations.  Be sure to read more here!

 

A person with the disability cannot remove the service animals unless it is out of control, and the handler does not take the effective action in controlling it and if the dog is not housebroken. Also, the service dogs are allowed in an establishment that sells food even if state or local health codes prohibit animals from premises. If the person with a service animal enters in a place where you pay for damages, that is the case of accidents. Be it caused by the person or the services dog they must pay. The staff at the place are not allowed to give food or care for the service animals. The people with the service animals should provide the same chance as the other people with all the rights. You might want to check this website at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/pet-care/ for more info about dogs.

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