Should the ADA require service dogs to be from an organization like guide dogs for the blind or paws with a cause?

Asked by: Broncothunder
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  • It's already pretty strict about dogs in no pets places.

    These. Major service dog organizations (such as guide dogs for the blind, Paws with a cause and canine companions for independence) have waiting lists that can be more than a year or sometimes even two long and have strict criteria to qualify for a dog that may or may not well beyond legally. Disabled and they also charge new mustang gt prices for their dogs. They also train almost exclusively labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, Only limitted availability of standard poodles, Labradoodles or goldendoodles for humans who need their service dog to be hypoalergenic.

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