Are rapidly breeding bowhunts dog boot indi were equally take and threaten to me. Then they tell me that they take their dogs to schools, hospitals they can take them anywhere. That is a Therapy Dog and they are not allowed restaurants or grocery stores. But most of these dogs are not even that. This fast-growing group of people who think they must take their doggies everywhere with them have ruined it for the truly legitimate service dogs. Because of these people I have customers complaining and leaving. are allergic or fearful of dogs. I've had dog fights, constant barking, dog poop, marking, kids crying, customers yelling at me to get the dogs out, and one local business had a customer severly bitten the face by a service dog, which resulted a massive law suit to the store. But if these people have these tags on their pet, the A.D.A. says I have to let them or they me. Since people are abusing a law that was supposed to protect those who truly needed assistance, there now needs to be strict regulations put into place to protect legitimate service dogs and owners, business owners and other customers. If anyone reading these comments is guilty of what I have described above and your dog is not a highly trained Service Dog and you do not truly need your dog to assist you, then shame on you for ruining it for those who do. You probably park the handicap areas too. Robin B Under the law you have the right to have a Service Dog to leave if they are barking, pooping, trying to attack people or displaying any disruptive behavior and said dog owners are also financially responsible any damage they do. Most of the time these dogs are fake, but they can be poorly trained Service Dogs as well. You are protected under the law and do not have to put up with these types of behaviors. You need to look up service dog laws and do some research you can even order a CD for training employees about law. As far as Therapy dogs go, NO they do not have the same access under the law and are not covered by the Companion or emotional support dogs are no longer covered under the law as of March 15. if someone says that they have a therapy, companion or emotional support dog you can have them removed. If you educate yourself on the law then you know how to deal with these issues, however 't go after the real Service Dogs because we do have the right to our SD's. When called out a faker make a big deal but they won't and go to court because they have to prove the dog is a SD. Fakers make it hard on real SD's and one day the government end up having a certification like the UK and Canada do, BUT they should never charge for it because the disabled 't have a lot of money, it would make it a hard ship. Robin B dlm Here is a link to a front page story out of Phoenix. You be the judge of this service dog foundation and how they treated someone who raised over 20 thousand for a dog. Person didn't get the dog, nor their money back. I hate government getting involved everything however, when you can get called foundations giving people the shaft…There needs to be some regulation!! I've been trying to report a fake service dog where I live at Boca Bayou, but 't know where to report it to! Boca Bayou is a no pet community but there is a woman with a small maybe 5 pound grey shaved dog.I confronted her since it does its business by ca a couple of times a day, and she claimed it was a service dog. One look at the animal says other wise. The office over here said she has papers stating this is a sevice dog and therefore cannot deny her. Any suggestions? at 7 pm I've been trying to report a fake service dog where I live at Boca Bayou, but 't know where to report it to! Boca Bayou is a no pet community but there is a woman with a small maybe 5 pound grey shaved dog.I confronted her since it does its business by ca a couple of times a day, and she claimed it was a service dog. One look at the animal says other wise. The office over here said she has papers stating this is a sevice dog and therefore cannot deny her. Any suggestions? it doesn't matter whether it is a service animal or not.