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According to This official FAQ page: Q25. When can service animals be excluded? A. The ADA does not require covered entities to modify policies, practices, or procedures if it would “fundamentally alter” the nature of the goods, services, programs, or activities provided to the public. Nor does it overrule legitimate safety requirements. If ...


I find 3 P. S. § § 459-503-A, the "Dangerous Dog law" online at: and (law split across two web pages)


A landlord is generally allowed to impose all forts of requirements on pets, unless there is something specifically prohibited, either by state of federal law. 42 USC 3602(h)(1) includes mental impairment under the term "handicap", so assuming you have the appropriate official documentation, then you cannot be discriminated against in rental housing. The ...


As BlueDogRanch said, animals are property; you can have an animal put down because you consider it dangerous, because (if it is livestock) you wish to sell the carcass, or because you are tired of it. Legally, the dog belongs to the person whose name is on the dog licence; that person's view is decisive. (If you are asking whether the family should have a ...

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