You're walking down the street when you see a dog with a vest, designating it as a service dog. How shoud you react? Or even better, how should you not react? Here are 5 simple rules to help you remember what you should do when you meet a service dog team.
The ADA requires reasonable accommodation for a service dog. This is a two way street between the public establishment and the partner of a service dog. The person with a disability and their trained assistance dog are granted access IF the assistance dog's behavior meets specific requirements.
The ICAN program provides rehabilitation opportunities for inmates by allowing them to participate in a program to train service dogs.