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One thought on “After Blind Woman and Guide Dog Endure Multiple Attacks, She Hopes City Officials Crack Down on Loose Dogs

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    Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor | 5/24/2018 10:52 AM | Flag
    This city needs to hear from the blind woman’s lawyer. Sooner rather than later.

    Blogger Ka D | 5/24/2018 1:11 PM | Flag
    What kind of society cares more about vicious beasts than the disabled? We have a fake ass blind lady in my town, she has a pit bull/blue heeler ‘guide dog’ on a leash she drags with her and a white cane she carries, not uses. She stated she BOUGHT the dog and it barks and growls at people. We need to go back 20 years and Guide dogs should be the ONLY real service dogs, anything else should be handled and approved on a case by case basis and only for PHYSICAL disabilities since we have drugs and therapies for emotional and mental conditions. The penalties for service dog fraud need to be MUCH higher. And people need to be strongly encouraged via steep fines to leash and control their dogs or preferably leave them at home where they are safe and people are safe FROM them.

    Blogger Christy D | 5/24/2018 3:30 PM | Flag
    This woman is courageous. She is a real hero to her partner, her dog. These dogs have sadly become part of the American fabric and I don’t see your politically correct culture ever keeping us safe from them. I applaud her. I’m very hopeful that this ADA angle me change some laws.

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