Only Service Animals as Defined by Title II and Title III of the ADA
A service animal means any dog that is individually trained to do
work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability,
including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental
These dogs go through rigorous training before being placed with an individual with a disability the dog has been trained for.
Other Support or Therapy Animals
are not considered Service Animals under the ADA
and require no specialized training.
Responsibility of the Handler
Dogs defined by Title II and Title III of the ADA must be:
* Kept under control by the handler, either leashed or trained with voice commands.
* Current on vaccinations
Additionally, I require:
* Service Dog to be on a flea program to avoid flea infestation in my home
* You dispose of any dog waste in a closed container in the trash can at the end of the driveway.
SMOKING is not permitted in the house or on the property. If you are a smoker, please smoke on the road and throw away your cigarette butts in a sealed bag in our trash can . Your cooperation is appreciated.