Sunday, September 15, 2013 6:07:59 AM
>do too do not
>So what you're saying is any utility used by the public is public property? Riiiight
I could have written that clearer, I meant to say the ulitity is public, because you said it wasn`t. And seperately repeat that it was public property, because you said it wasn`t.
>Nope. He provided paperwork to show his dog was a therapy animal. As I said...big difference.
By guidelines you do not even need documentation. Its just easier to keep it for situations such as this. as long as the dog is trained to assist a disabled person in 1 or more tasks it is a service animal.
Saturday, September 14, 2013 8:27:56 PM
osirisascend at what point did he have control of the dog? When he ran towards the officer? and as PDT mentioned he didn't call his dog a service dog. He called it a therapy dog. Bit of a difference. Look it up.
>Do not Do too
>Public utility; public property So what you`re saying is any utility used by the public is public property? Riiiight
>He then provided the police with paperwork to >show the status of his dog as a service animal. Nope. He provided paperwork to show his dog was a therapy animal. As I said...big difference.
Saturday, September 14, 2013 6:54:06 AM
I too find myself agreeing with OldOllie, scary as it is. You are given authority and power by the state to protect and serve the public, if you fail to do so, or worse abuse that power you should be punished. (and this goes for any person in a position of authority serving the public)