I just moved into the place 2 weeks ago after being homeless for 2 years. There never was a lease.
Nevermind, though. I feel like you all are giving the same responses as Google... Only about fully trained dogs, and only what the ADA says.
Here's the thing. I have trained dogs before. I'm just not certified. Plus CALIFORNIA LAW PROTECTS SERVICE DOGS IN TRAINING. Regardless of the fact that as an insurance agent you'd question my ability, it is my right.
Besides, why don't they ask that dogs Not serviced have a temperament test...
1. There is no such breed as a pitbull (according to the AKC), it is an umbrella term for 20 or so different breeds.
2. Dogs considered by most to be "pitbulls" are like any other dog. You raise them with gentleness and love, that's how they'll be. The ones taught to be aggressive are raised by...
It's not the ADA. It's the state.
What I said about the ADA is that I am allowed to train my own dog.
I don't know of a single disabled person that can afford $10,000-$60,000+ for a service dog. That would leave a lot of people that need one without one.
What is the name of your state? California
I have an 8 mo old "pitbull" puppy that I have been training to assist me with symptoms of PTSD, and later I was going to train him to help with my balancing issues.
I was told this last week that because he's a "pitbull" for insurance to be happy...