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Dogs may be trained by an individual trainer, an organization or by the disabled handler themselves. If a “Service Dog” is interrupting a business’ daily operation with its behavior, causing problems in a housing situation, is a danger to anyone or its conduct is NOT conduct acceptable in a Service Dog (barking, growling, stealing food from other clients, knocking people over, jumping, or many other behaviors), by law, the manager or business owner has every right to ask the person to remove the dog from the premises, “Service Dog” or not.
As said above, there are no universal standards for Service Dog trainers.
You may encounter a disabled individual who chooses to keep their disability private.
Their Service Dog may not be wearing a vest and they may not be carrying any documentation on their person.
"Objects flew through the air, loud noises were heard and the family would sometimes hear a noise which suggested some large piece of furniture... When they went to investigate, nothing would be disturbed." A medium who was consulted told the family that the house was haunted by a farmer of the name Chatterton, who considered the family trespassers on his property.
An investigation bore out the fact that Chatterton had indeed lived in the house in the mid-18th century.
You may not demand proof that the animal has been certified, trained or licensed.
Generally, a public entity may not make these inquiries about a service animal when it is readily apparent that an animal is trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability (e.g., the dog is observed guiding an individual who is blind or has low vision, pulling a person’s wheelchair, or providing assistance with stability or balance to an individual with an observable mobility disability).
Source: Part 35 Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability in State and Local Government Services (as amended by the final rule published on September 15, 2010) Authority: 5 U.
Other disabled individuals choose to make their own identification materials at home.
If a team decides to present you with a card or other identification, it is their choice.