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Old 09-30-2019, 06:08 PM
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Originally Posted by New Englander View Post
If a person is just buying the vest just because they want to bring their doggy just about everywhere and they use the vest to keep from being challenged the vest is fake.
No, it’s undocumented
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Old 09-30-2019, 08:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Northwoods View Post
That's interesting... because I see a lot of people in businesses (just say one in Publix) that have a dog with a vest that says "comfort animal."
My dog is definitely a comfort to me. But I would never feel I am so entitled that I can bring him into a business like a restaurant or grocery store.
There are "therapy" animals, "comfort" animals, and "service" animals.

Only the right to bring service animals into buildings is protected by the ADA.

Therapy animals are usually animals trained, or naturally inclined, to help OTHER people. Do a Google search for Norbert for the most famous example of a therapy dog. Horses are typically employed as therapy animals for certain physical and mental disabilities.

Comfort animals are just pets, that people have decided to call comfort animals. They have no legal "designation" or function other than to comfort their owner - which any well-cared-for pet should do.
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