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Point Taken.

“As you will have observed, an increasing number of your neighbors have been keeping company with their pets in human-only establishments, cohabiting with them in animal-unfriendly apartment buildings and dormitories, and taking them (free!) onto airplanes—simply by claiming that the creatures are their licensed companion animals and are necessary to their mental well-being.  114 more words

And That's My Opinion

Service Animals Should Be Ugly

I saw someone with an adorable beagle the other day. The beagle looked at me all sad, begging to be petted. However, the beagle was wearing a little vest with “SERVICE ANIMAL: DO NOT PET” emblazoned thereupon. 189 more words

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Please join me tonight when I welcome back an amazing, young woman, Ericha Flateau. Ericha is amazing because she single-handedly managed to raise enough cashola in order to provide a Service Dog for her son, Austin. 181 more words

Health

Bogus ‘Service Dogs’: A Psychopath's Best Friend

When I see obviously capable people dragging their little dog through a grocery store I want to remind them that; ‘You know your dog licks its asshole.  413 more words

Culture

Fido Frenzy Revisited - reasonableness is the key.

When a Court refers to the case before it as a “sad commentary on the litigious nature of our society” you can be fairly sure that one party or the other is going to do badly. 961 more words

ADA FHA General

msaum3 reblogged this on The Raving Ranter: One Woman's Quest To Get To The Heart of Today's Issues and commented:

Couldn't comment on this person's particular post for some reason or find the like button to like it, but I thought I'd do this person the favor of getting their article to another tag, like a political one, since this is obviously involving the state courts at minimum. Perhaps you can follow this person of the blog if you care to. I'm planning on at least taking a look at the website and see what else this person has to offer.

Fido Frenzy Revisited - reasonableness is the key.

When a Court refers to the case before it as a “sad commentary on the litigious nature of our society” you can be fairly sure that one party or the other is going to do badly. 961 more words

ADA FHA General