Emotional support animals and access to public facilities | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates and Woodyard, PLLC

Download PDF Imagine that you are in charge of a facility that is open to the public – perhaps a church, restaurant, hardware store, or apartment building. A woman with a dog on a leash enters. You say the dog is a service dog or emotional support animal, and ask that the dog be allowed …

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