Anyone can go online and purchase “service animal” certificates, complete with a screen-printed harness that the dog wears, as well as a card for the owner. These items are worthless and have no legal significance. All they mean is that the dog’s owner was foolish enough to shell out as much as $150 for these items, thinking it would allow him or her to have the dog in places it otherwise would not be allowed.
Anyone can go online and purchase “service animal” certificates, complete with a screen-printed harness that the dog wears, as well as a card for the owner. These items are worthless and have no legal significance. All they mean is that the dog’s owner was foolish enough to shell out as much as $150 for these items, thinking it would allow him or her to have the dog in places it otherwise would not be allowed. Observer file photo
Anyone can go online and purchase “service animal” certificates, complete with a screen-printed harness that the dog wears, as well as a card for the owner. These items are worthless and have no legal significance. All they mean is that the dog’s owner was foolish enough to shell out as much as $150 for these items, thinking it would allow him or her to have the dog in places it otherwise would not be allowed. Observer file photo

Michael Hunter

August 31, 2015 12:52 PM

HOA members use fake documents to skirt pet rules

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