In a recent issue, Elan Akin, the owner of a New York-style deli in San Diego, lamented about how some customers with dogs are abusing federal laws pertaining to service/companion dogs in restaurants. “I love the idea of a service dog. However, since there is no requirement to show any paperwork or identification, it seems that many people are using these laws to bring their non-service dogs where they don’t belong,” he wrote. The lack of guidelines from the ADA is ...

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