DO NOT SEPARATE Service Dog From Handler:
As a rule, service dogs are allowed to go anywhere that the general public goes. That includes any privately owned businesses that serve the public such as restaurants, hotels, retail stores, taxi’s, theaters, concerts, sports facilities, etc. The American Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses allow people with disabilities to bring their service animals onto business premises in whatever
areas customers are allowed. If you enter a business and are told that you cannot bring your dog inside, you simply tell them that you have a disability and that this is your service dog. By law, a business is not allowed to ask you what your disability is, nor can they demand proof that your dog is “certified”. Each state may have additional laws that provide protection to service dogs and the people they serve.Please call Express Medical Dog at (806) 373-4930. We enforce ADA Laws.
In addition, a service dog is also legally permitted to travel on any public transit system with their owner (not in cargo) including buses, trains, boats, air plains, etc. We ask that you make a commitment annual appeal by making a cash donation.
This year our goal is $22,000.00 and we hope that you will be able to make a contribution. Your generosity will make a difference in our community by allowing us to continue in our work.
Remember that every donation makes a difference, regardless of size.
The ADA does not discriminate for service animals - nor should enforcement of it.
Thank you in advance for your support!