In the heat of the moment or when you need clear, concise information the most, it can be difficult to remember the most important details, especially with a topic as full of “legalese” as federal Service Dog law. Keep this handy Service Dog Law Hand-out readily available for those times when you need it the most.
Formatted as a one-page guide to the most pertinent parts of federal Service Dog law and the ADA, the Service Dog Law Hand-out directly references the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Code of Federal Regulations § 36.202. Definitions for “Service Dog,” “person with a disability,” “major life activity” and “public accommodation” are excerpted, and the the remainder of the hand-out covers the requirements for Service Dogs to be in public, access rights, exceptions to the law, questions businesses may ask concerning a Service Dog team and applicable fees/charges (none). The Service Dog Law Hand-out is U.S. federal Service Dog law in a nutshell.
To download a PDF copy of the Service Dog Law Hand-Out, simply click on the guide itself or on the link below the picture. Consider passing the Service Dog Law guide out to small business, keeping a copy in your partner’s vest or including a copy with your partner’s vet, training or registration records.
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