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Allowing an employee to bring a dog to work can qualify as a reasonable accommodation, but only if the dog qualifies as a “service animal” under the ADA. ... However, a dog that has not been trained in any specific task and provides only emotional support or comfort does not qualify as a service animal.

Answered by: brismuth Date created: Sep 28, 2022

Can I train my own service dog?

Asked By: Beppe C Date created: Sep 26, 2022

You can either adopt a trained service dog from a reputable trainer or bring your dog to a trainer. Many people are not aware that service animal tasks can be trained at the comfort of their own home! In the United States, there are no required ADA certification for service animal training.

Answered By: Fab Date created: Sep 26, 2022

What can you legally ask about a service dog?

Asked By: ufk Date created: Sep 21, 2022

They may ask if the dog is a service animal that is required due to a disability and what type of work or task the dog has been trained to do. The ADA prohibits them from asking about a person's disability. People with disabilities and their services are not to be isolated from other customers or patrons.

Answered By: aleksxor Date created: Sep 21, 2022

Can you bring a service dog on a Disney cruise?

Asked By: deaton.dg Date created: Sep 16, 2022

Yes. Trained service animals are welcome in most locations on board Disney Cruise ships. Disney Cruise Line Crew Members are not permitted to take control of a service animal. Due to the nature of some Port Adventures excursions, service animals may not be permitted.

Answered By: Jan Garaj Date created: Sep 16, 2022

Can you ask a person if their dog is a service dog?

Asked By: Aakash Date created: Sep 11, 2022

Business owners and staff are only allowed to ask two questions regarding service dogs. They may ask if the dog is a service animal that is required due to a disability and what type of work or task the dog has been trained to do. The ADA prohibits them from asking about a person's disability.

Answered By: Ibraheem Ahmed Date created: Sep 13, 2022

Can you bring a service dog on a bus?

Asked By: Amin Date created: Sep 20, 2022

Pets & Service Animals The service animal must ride in the bus within the customer's space. Service animals may not travel in the aisle or occupy a seat, but the service animal may sit on the customer's lap.

Answered By: Ray Date created: Sep 21, 2022

Can anyone train a service dog?

Asked By: Eevee Date created: Sep 26, 2022

You can either adopt a trained service dog from a reputable trainer or bring your dog to a trainer.

Many people are not aware that service animal tasks can be trained at the comfort of their own home!

In the United States, there are no required ADA certification for service animal training.

Answered By: Jordon Phillips Date created: Sep 26, 2022

Can anyone buy a service dog vest?

Asked By: Tom Christie Date created: Sep 21, 2022

She's also disturbed that anyone can buy a service vest because laws governing service dogs are weak. Right now, the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA says that to qualify as a service dog, the animal must be “trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.”

Answered By: Axeman Date created: Sep 22, 2022

Can you bring a service dog on a cruise ship?

Asked By: EmilioPelaez Date created: Sep 12, 2022

Carnival Cruise Lines-Service dogs are welcome on board. Carnival does not allow live animals onboard other than service animals. Guests must give at least 14 days advance notice if they are bringing a service animal on board.

Answered By: Samuel Liew Date created: Sep 13, 2022

Do cruise ships allow service dogs?

Asked By: Dawood ibn Kareem Date created: Sep 15, 2022

Service dogs are permitted to accompany the person with a disability in all public areas, including dining venues. The ships are not required to provide food or care for the dog. Guests may bring a reasonable quantity of food and bowls for the dog onboard the ship at no additional charge.

Answered By: Alex Miller Date created: Sep 16, 2022

How can I make my dog a service dog?

Asked By: EboMike Date created: Sep 13, 2022

Service Dog Requirements

  • Step 1: Identifying and Understanding What Type of Dog You Have. Any dog breed is suitable for service work!
  • Step 2: Find a Trainer You Trust or Train Your Dog Yourself!
  • Step 3: Training Your Service Dog.
  • Step 4: The Public Access Test.
  • Step 5: Certification and Equipping.
Answered By: Ahmad Abdelghany Date created: Sep 13, 2022

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Can a teacher bring a service dog to school?

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What are the 2 questions you can ask about a service dog?

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Can a landlord evict you for a service dog?

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Do you have to bring your service dog everywhere?

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Can you bring a service dog to court?

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Can you bring a service dog to college?

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What qualifies you for a psychiatric service dog?

What kind of dog can be a psychiatric service dog?

  1. His owner must have a life-limiting disability.
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  3. He must not cause a disruption in public and must not exhibit aggressive barking or behavior.
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Do you have to have a disability to have a service animal?

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Are service dogs allowed at school?

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Should service dogs be allowed in schools?

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What questions can a hotel ask about a service animal?

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What training does a service dog need?

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When it is not obvious what service an animal provides, only limited inquiries are allowed.

Staff may ask two questions: (1) is the dog a service animal required because of a disability, and (2) what work or task has the dog been trained to perform..

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Is it cruel to have a service dog?

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Does Best Buy repair TV screens?

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We'll repair it, no matter where you bought it.

You can also bring in your wireless audio devices, speakers and other smaller products to be repaired..

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Does Best Buy repair TV?

In-store repair.

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We'll repair it, no matter where you bought it.

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How do I apply for a service dog job?

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How do I apply for a service dog?

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How do I get a trained service dog?

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