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Blind Woman Claims that Uber Driver Refused to Transport Her Servicee Dog


Written by: Phil Monahan

Tiffany Jolliff with her guide dog, Railey, during her graduation at George Mason University.
Photo courtesy Tiffany Jolliff, via wtop.com

We post frequently about unfortunate situations in which a businessperson refuses service to a customer with a service dog. But usually, the dog owner involved doesn’t have an obvious. . .

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Irish Politician Identifies TEN Breeds Supposedly “Too Dangerous to Be Family Pets’


Written by: Phil Monahan

This sign has sparked outrage among dog owners.
Photo via mirror.co.uk

We have posted many times about whether or not there is such a thing as a “dangerous” dog breed, and many communtites still have breed-specific legislation on the books. But we’ve. . .

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Colorado Cracks Down on Fake Service Dogs


Written by: Phil Monahan

The problem of fake service dogs may be reaching a boiling point across the U.S>
Photo via thedailybeast.com

We have posted many times about the problems posed by dog owners who try to pass their pets off as service dogs, just so the animals can have access to places where they’re not. . .

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Blind Woman Ordered to Give Up Her Guide Dog After It Bites Three Strangers


Written by: Phil Monahan

Connie Walker poses with Noni, who has been ordered removed from the house.
Photo via oregonlive.com

Since we post so often about guide dogs and service dogs who are mistreated, it’s fascinating to see another side of the service-dog/human interaction. A 65-year-old blind woman in Oregon. . .

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Indianapolis Sets New Rules for When Dogs Must Be Brought Inside


Written by: Phil Monahan

When the mercury falls to 20 degrees F, Indianapolis residents will be required to bring their dogs inside.
Photo by Jennifer, Lake Orion

We post often about the problems—some of them life-threatening—that extreme cold or heat can cause for dogs. The folkd at Indianapolis Animal care & Control have decided to set strict. . .

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