Dog guide in place of public accommodation or on public transportation for person who is blind
- • liability
(1) A person who is blind has the right to have a dog guide with the person, and a trainer has the right to have a dog guide or dog guide trainee with the trainer, in any place of public accommodation or on any mode of transportation so long as the person or trainer controls the behavior of the dog.
(2) A trainer or a person who is blind is not required to pay an additional fee or admission charge for the dog guide.
(3) A trainer or a person who is blind is liable for any damages done to a place of public accommodation or to any mode of transportation by the dog guide. [1967 c.259 §2; 1971 c.87 §2; part renumbered 346.991 (Penalties); 2007 c.70 §137]
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