Todd Logsdon 
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Re: “Loopholes in ADA Law Make "No Pets" Clauses Nearly Impossible to Enforce

To Marvin, I agree with you to some point. Actually licensing our service animals would be easier on us, Especially those of us with disabilities that you cannot see. How many times have you seen someone walking away from a handicapped parking space with no visible disability? There are many including heart and stroke patients, seizure, allergic reactions, ETC.. that allow us to look normal but having a service dog could be a matter of life and death. Please be more aware of these unseen disabilities next time you see someone with a service animal. what you take for granted may be a matter of life and death for another.
I for one hate being questioned about my disability but if you was to ask, I and I presume most legitimate handlers would be very happy to tell you about our animals, how much extensive training they have gone thru, and the totally remarkable things these animals are capable of doing. We are very proud of our animals and the service they provide. On the other hand, The "Service animals of convenience" is becoming a huge problem, and I am in agreement with you that something has to be done about it. As far as eating off the plates at a restaurant, that is just wrong and no trained service animal or handler would allow that to happen. Besides the point of it being unhealthy for the dog, It would bring unwanted attention to the handler and a bad name for the rest of the service animals.

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Posted by Todd Logsdon on 07/18/2014 at 10:58 AM

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