Sarah (tresjolie9) wrote in thequestionclub,
Sarah
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Who Should Stay.

Blind person who depends on a service animal, and person with a life threatening dog allergy are in the same place. Who should be able to stay, the blind person with the service animal, or the person with the life threatening dog allergy? The ADA says it should be the blind person with the service animal, but is that fair to the person with the life threatening dog allergy where they may go into anaphylactic shock, or may have a bad asthma attack if around a dog?
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