Thursday, November 09, 2017

Fear Fake Service Doggies In Kansas City

Blame the Internets for "emotional support animal" trending in order to ruin even more local restaurants . . .

Massive increase in fake service animals prompting crackdown

Authorities across the country are cracking down on unnecessary service animals. Experts say it's important to know how to spot them, and see how they can hurt the reputation of fully-trained animals. Michele Ohmes counts on her dog Sufra for mobility. But she's seen people try to pass off regular pets as service animals.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Good. I'm disabled and been in a wheelchair for 14 years and those (insert expletives) are just as bad as those (insert expletives) that abuse handicapped parking places. There;s a special place in hell for those (insert expletives) and the sooner they get there won't be soon enough for me.

Anonymous said...

You are disabled. No one will judge you for actually cursing. You earned it.

Anonymous said...

handicapped parking violators are predominantly 99% blacks , you know it , I know it , they know it

Super Dave said...

Cities demand you provide handicapped parking then never do any enforcement on the spots. It's a joke and another thing people your dog doesn't have to go everywhere you do. Health codes should be that in retail businesses only service animals should be allowed.

Anonymous said...

Go to any home improvement store during the weekend. Those stupid f-ing f-bags bring their mutts in so they can prance around the store with their "service animal", I guarantee not a single damn one of them is. Heck, last time I was in HD in LS someone's "service animal" pitbull (yes, the brand of super d-bags everywhere) almost got some older-mid aged pomeranian (the brand of the mememememememememe, look at meeeee, old women everywhere). Sofa king obnoxious. For some reasons these stores bend over backwards for d-bags and attention seekers who don't spend enough to even make a mark on HD's bottom line.

Anonymous said...

When my wife can't be with me in public I take Maggie, my service dog. Maggie is there to keep me calm and to focus my attention on her. Maggie is a Jack Russell/Rat Terrier mix. She lies in a grocery cart small child seat with her cushion. She is unassuming and allows children to pet her.
Without her to talk to, when I get tense in crowded places, I'd stay home all day.

It's too bad some people have to ruin everything all of the time.

Anonymous said...

@9:27 - the reason that Home Depot and other stores don't challenge these people is because the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) laid out penalties for discriminating against people that need these service animals.

The problem is, there's no standard training certification for these animals; anyone can go online and order a "service animal" jacket for their dog.

Anonymous said...

The serivce animal racket has gone on way too long... time to call bullshit on 90% of these clowns.

Anonymous said...

I have a service snake.