Officers can ask about the dog’s breed, size, age, history of behavior, and any other information that may be relevant.
Can you ask someone to prove their dog is a service dog?
This is not a question.
Can police have service dogs?
Yes, police departments can have service dogs. Service dogs are typically trained to assist their handlers in performing tasks such as tracking and retrieving objects, providing support during emergencies, and pulling vehicles out of a stuck position.
Can I get a service dog for anxiety?
There is no one answer to this question as it depends on the person’s specific anxiety disorder and how much help they need from a service dog. However, some people with anxiety may find relief from having a service animal accompanying them while they are at work or during social activities.
How can you tell if its a real service dog?
There are a few things to look for when judging if a service dog is real. The dog should be wearing a tag that states “service dog,” the dog should be properly trained, and the dog should be working with ahandler or handler-trained dog.
Can you deny a service dog?
Yes, a service dog can be denied access to a public place if the dog is not licensed, registered, and/or certified by a professional organization such as the American Kennel Club.