None at all but lots of people confuse "emotional support" animals with actual service dogs. They tend to think that if their dog is not just a dog, they get special rules. They're wrong. Well, not totally wrong. They can bring service dogs places where regular ol dogs aren't permitted.What difference would it make?
I doubt it. But it is a good question.Oh hey, there's a thought. If a person with an actual service dog (like a dog who watches for seizures for example) gets arrested, can the dog go with them into jail?
And had they not let the dog out then the repo man wouldn't have had to protect himself against the dog.
I'm beginning to thing you're not the neighbor, and you're actually the person whose car was repo'd.
Door opened neighbor came out then dog... Sorry to burst your bubble. Not my car repoed