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Please read. Bringing service dog in training to school. Does the school have to allow?

bre grrbre grr würzburgPosts: 9Member
I'm planning on bringing my service dog in training to school this Friday and I need to get all my info together. Can the school deny me and my service dog in training if I brought her? Also can the school bus deny her as well? My service dog in training has a vest saying she's a service dog in training. Please help. If you find any info please place the website where you got it from.

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  • Evelyn CummingsEvelyn Cummings Posts: 11,879Member
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    What state do you live in??? Access laws for SDIT are different for many states and access is not automatically allowed, especially in a school. You need to research your state laws and find the regulations specific to your state and follow those, vest or no vest. For example, I live in NH and public access is NOT allowed for Service Dogs in Training. Some other states require you to be accompanied by a trainer, for another example. The ADA federal laws only apply to Service Dogs, not those in training.
  • Maria ElenaMaria Elena Posts: 202Member
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    It depends on the laws of your state.

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