It Is Possible to Ban Bogus Support Dogs (NY)

When the co-op board first learned about the shareholder’s dog – kept in defiance of a long-time pet prohibition – they also learned that the dog was purportedly a “therapy dog,” a trusted companion that a resident claims is vital to his or her mental health. The directors didn’t believe her – and forced her to get rid of her dog. To the co-op’s dismay, the woman died soon after.    Read the article……….


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