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. . .
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. . .
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. . .
Here we go again. . . .A hip-hop artist in Austin, Texas, for the annual South by Southwest festival says that he was ejected from a Whole Foods because of his service dog, Lazarus. Although. . .
Last week, a 23-year-old mother of two was acquitted of a crime that you won’t believe. When a West Virginia State Trooper was about to shoot Tiffanie Hupp’s dog, Buddy, the young woman. . .
Here’s a cool story from North Carolina, where many people keep their dogs tied up for some or all of the day. But a recent anti-tethering ordinance has many dog owners worried. That led to the. . .
Here’s a news report from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, that looks at how the “Dog Law,” passed in 2008, has made a difference in the number of “puppy mill” cases that animal. . .
In what may be another example of a business showing its ignorance of the law, authorities at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, ejected a man and his service dog during a football. . .
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. . .
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. . .