By Jennifer McMenomy Part II In recent years, there have been many changes made in public spaces such as restaurants, movie theaters, retail stores, and airlines to allow for emotional support animals. In last month’s article, we discussed the difference between a service animal and an emotional support animal for the purposes of private and […] Continue Reading
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Part I By Jennifer McMenomy For many, the difference between a service animal and an emotional support animal can be confusing. Business owners who operate residential properties must understand the difference in order to determine if they can rightfully exclude animals. Additionally, it is necessary to distinguish whether the Fair Housing Act (FHA) or Americans […] Continue Reading