Features July 2015 Issue

Acknowledging Inappropriate Dog Behavior in Public

Responsible service-dog handlers aim to keep their dogs as inconspicuous as possible, and are quick to take corrective action if the dogís behavior becomes problematic. When they donít, businesses are legally allowed to ask the handler to remove the dog. While many business owners are afraid to exercise this right, not doing so has created significant problems for the disability community.

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