Smiles And Sunshine

The Service Dog/’Emotional Support’ System Is So Broken, I Registered Clarence Woods Emerson The Stuffed Beagle As My Service Dog In Less Than 10 Minutes

Today I decided I would be a little ratchet, and get myself a service dog to circumvent “no pets” policies and indulge my sense of boundless self entitlement. After all, a true ratchet never has just a pet – they have a registered therapy emotional support animal for their autistic child suffering from anxiety, depression and PTSD. It’s a proven fact. And because the laws governing the misrepresentation of service animals are scant, a centralized registry non-existent, and the rights of landlords and business owners to refuse them scarce, it’s pretty easy to get yourself the right to bring an untrained dog anywhere. But it can’t be 

that 

easy, right?

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Wrong.

Meet Clarence Woods Emerson, my new service dog.

He’s registered online, you can’t ask me very many questions about him, and it’s illegal for you to refuse me housing because I have him, regardless of your pet policy. I registered him for free, in less than 10 minutes.

 You can look up my id # to confirm. It’s 1553552927, on the deceptively official looking United States Service Dog Registry.

Don’t be fooled, the site has absolutely no affiliation to any government agency  “Registering” your dog in one of those and buying a fake certificate and ID from them for less than $100 won’t make it a service dog.

But it sure does look official, and considering by law business owners can only can ask only if it is a service animal, and what is it trained to do, it’s easy to fake a service dog than it is to sign up for a magazine subscription online.

According to the ADA laws, there is no service dog registry or certification. The only thing that can make your dog a service dog is: you being a disabled person and task training the dog to mitigate your disability. Training a legitimate service animal takes several years and can cost more than $40,000 – but “registering” one is free, quick and easy – and representing your dog as one is even easier, and protected. I registered a fake dog under my fake name with a fake address all in less time than it takes to boil pasta. Is anyone going to object to me bringing Clarence on an airplane or into a supermarket? Probably not – he doesn’t bite, bark, piss on things or hump legs, and is extremely well behaved (except on social media.) But not every “service dog” is so well behaved. Are business owners and restaurants really going to go after people who claim their dog is a service or support animal, If it has a vest of if the owner says it’s helping them? They won’t. They don’t want to get sued.

Even more difficult to delve in to are “emotional support animals” – or animals whose purpose is merely the comfort of their companionship. You know, like a pet. Except, a quick Google search and $99 can get you a letter that gets you around pet policies, breed restrictions and pet deposits. No training necessary. Now your neighbors can enjoy all the barking, dog poop, and possible aggressive behavior they never wanted, and there’s nothing they can do about it! And although not covered by ADA laws that allow for them to be brought into public spaces that otherwise prohibit dogs, Emotional support animals are protected by the Fair Housing Act. So if you want to live in a dog-free apartment complex, too bad. There’s nothing that can be done until after the dog misbehaves enough times – if management wants to risk the potential legal recourse, that is.

 

So, good news. You can take your poorly behaved 65 pound pit bull into any rental (or even on an airplane!), with little more than the vague threat of a fine if you’re found to be misrepresenting him as a service or support dog – but odds say you won’t be. Or you could, I don’t know, just be a decent fucking human being and leave the support animals to the blind and otherwise disabled people who chose to spend the time, money and care on a dog that is actually trained to perform a task. But until we have a system that qualifies, monitors and enforces these standards, there are going to be a lot of pet dogs walking through Costco in vest, pissing into the bulk Capri Sun boxes.

 

 

63 Comment(s)
  • David Boothe
    March 31, 2019 at 12:13 pm

    I am an attorney in Boston and I worked very briefly with a girl who was claiming to need a support animal. It was obviously bullshit—she just liked having her dog around and was using it as an excuse to get away with literally every lazy employee stereotype under the sun. I’m not just saying that, I’d have had no problem with a legit support animal helping her complete her job if that’s what it was there for. As in a blind persons service animal, or even a veteran with PTSD using it comfort. Because in those cases you barely notice the animal. Instead she would dress it up in costumes, bring it to the office where it was obviously overwhelmed, let it run up and down the floor unleashed. Let it bark at me and coworkers and jump on our desks. She was supposed to work 8-5 but would leave at 2 most days because her dog “was bored and needed a change of scenery.” You aren’t allowed to work from home in your first 90 days, but she somehow parlayed her need for a service dog into working from home two days a week. None of this came up in the interview. So many more absolutely crazy examples (once she called HR screaming and crying because someone elsewhere in the building had innocently asked her questions about her dog and she wanted the person asking her questions to be fired on the spot.) She hadn’t even worked there for 50 days at this point.

    It was then that we (the other attorney’s) started boning up on the service animal law and discovered that there’s almost literally nothing you can do about it if you have a doctor that’s willing to say it’s a legit service dog and she has a valid reason for needing it at work. She didn’t need a certificate, she didn’t need to demonstrate its abilities. You aren’t even allowed to ask her anything other than “is it a service animal” and “does it help you perform job functions”. Of COURSE she responded by lying, but it didn’t matter because beyond one doctors recommendation to HR, you weren’t allowed to do anything or ask it to do anything further.

    Luckily she was a horrible employee in a billion ways so she was fired once everyone had exhausted every avenue to make her comfortable and she still kept doing terrible things. But it goes to show you that the law is badly being abused by exploitative people. And for what it’s worth, the people saying that there is no national registry are actually right. There isn’t one. You don’t need to do anything or pay any money to have a service animal accompany you everywhere animals aren’t normally allowed. It *helps* if you do those things, but you definitely don’t have to (example: you get someone saying you can’t bring that dog in my restaurant and then the owner pulls out a certificate or a doctors note) But if you don’t have those things the owner will still be breaking the law if they make you demonstrate what the dog can do or if they ask you what your dog can do. It’s badly, badly messed up and I think the law needs changing like yesterday.

  • SD Handler
    March 29, 2019 at 2:56 pm

    WOW… I would love to see those of you who are hating on people who have legitimate disabilities and highly trained medical equipment (AKA: Service Dogs) go through everything they have to warrant a Service Dog… I am willing to bet, you couldn’t handle it.

    And for those of you saying that only those who have served deserve a Service Dog… what about people like me who were abused most of their childhood and have PTSD from it? What about rape victims? What about those who have been held captive by family or strangers? What about diabetics, or people with epilepsy? What about the people who medication doesn’t help? What about the people who need mobility assistance? What about people who forget where they are or need help exiting a building? What about people with extreme allergies? What about them, because you call them weak, well news flash, they are way stronger than you will ever be. Their daily battles are more than you can handle. Also, way to be extremely discriminatory. Not all disabilities are visible.

  • Wwy
    March 27, 2019 at 5:30 pm

    I think chesna had a stuffed monkey to comfort him.

  • Your mom is seriously hot
    March 26, 2019 at 8:53 pm

    I have a golden retriever that i’m in the process of making a therapy dog to take to hospitals and nursing homes. The only legitimate source for registration and certification is AKC. Obviously there are people faking it so they can get around laws, but I think if people have legitimate motives they should go through AKC and keep a log of their visits.

  • FUCK RETARDS
    March 26, 2019 at 4:03 pm

    THANK YOU for ripping on autistic children and their “support animals”. These retard kids deserve to be punched in the face. FACT.

    • Uncle Buck
      March 27, 2019 at 9:32 am

      Does it hurt to be so fucking stupid? I have sat in restaurants and had to tolerate “Service Dogs” that beg for food from others and obviously have not had a bath in years, if ever, just like their fucking owners.

      No one has a complaint against properly trained and legitimate service dogs, just these pussies who have to show the fucking world they can take their “Fur-babies” with them where-ever the fuck they go. (I hate the term fur baby, but I imagine that would be another fucking blog post!) You suck.

  • Let me up, I've had enough
    March 26, 2019 at 3:43 pm

    Here is the scoop directly from the ADA…..

    Frequently Asked Questions about Service Animals and the ADA
    Q1. What is a service animal?

    A. Under the ADA, a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The task(s) performed by the dog must be directly related to the person’s disability.
    Q2. What does “do work or perform tasks” mean?

    A. The dog must be trained to take a specific action when needed to assist the person with a disability. For example, a person with diabetes may have a dog that is trained to alert him when his blood sugar reaches high or low levels. A person with depression may have a dog that is trained to remind her to take her medication. Or, a person who has epilepsy may have a dog that is trained to detect the onset of a seizure and then help the person remain safe during the seizure.
    Q3. Are emotional support, therapy, comfort, or companion animals considered service animals under the ADA?

    A. No. These terms are used to describe animals that provide comfort just by being with a person. Because they have not been trained to perform a specific job or task, they do not qualify as service animals under the ADA. However, some State or local governments have laws that allow people to take emotional support animals into public places. You may check with your State and local government agencies to find out about these laws.
    Q4. If someone’s dog calms them when having an anxiety attack, does this qualify it as a service animal?

    A. It depends. The ADA makes a distinction between psychiatric service animals and emotional support animals. If the dog has been trained to sense that an anxiety attack is about to happen and take a specific action to help avoid the attack or lessen its impact, that would qualify as a service animal. However, if the dog’s mere presence provides comfort, that would not be considered a service animal under the ADA.
    Q5. Does the ADA require service animals to be professionally trained?

    A. No. People with disabilities have the right to train the dog themselves and are not required to use a professional service dog training program.
    Q6. Are service-animals-in-training considered service animals under the ADA?

    A. No. Under the ADA, the dog must already be trained before it can be taken into public places. However, some State or local laws cover animals that are still in training.

  • Independent Thinker
    March 26, 2019 at 2:57 pm

    My future protocol for people wanting to rent my property is that they must have a notarized letter from both their doctor and their vet stating that the dog is a service/support dog and the nature of the service/support being provided. No doctor will risk signing a notarized statement under false pretenses. And if it is a genuine service/support animal, then they are welcome, while the trash attempting to come in under false pretenses will be shown the door.

  • Finally!!
    March 26, 2019 at 12:56 pm

    Wow, Y, way to use Veterans as a way to shutdown argument. It’s a pretty tactical move by people like you. Lets mention vets or first responders, people often considered beyond reproach, and tie them in to our argument therefore creating the false illusion that disagreeing with our argument is the same as disrespecting vets. Idiot.

    • Y
      March 26, 2019 at 1:08 pm

      You got me, Fuck Boi!

    • Well, No Shit
      March 26, 2019 at 2:12 pm

      Wow. That’s what you got from Y’s comments?

      I agree with Y in that only those who are diagnosed with PTSD, or some other REAL emotional challenge, should be allowed to have Emotional Support Animals. Typically, first responders and vets are the first people who come to mind. Bringing them into this conversation isn’t a conversation ender, by any stretch.

      The truth is, people have had enough of ratchets gaming the system for their own selfish benefit. Period.

      • Y
        March 26, 2019 at 2:30 pm

  • Michael Perm
    March 26, 2019 at 12:34 pm

    This shit drives me bat shit crazy. There is a woman whom I see grocery shopping with her Papillon dog that has a service dog vest on. Are you fucking shitting me? Home depot etc is one thing but in a grocery store? That is gross. BTW I looked up the Mass definition of a service dog, and the need to either guide you, fetch objects for you, or assist you if you are deaf. This dog was clearly not doing any of that. Emotional support dogs are not covered under Mass law.

    Oh and if you are not sure what a Papillion is here is a link.
    https://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/papillon/

    Fuck em all I am going to get a license for my 75 dog and start bringing him everywhere.

  • Randall Guy
    March 26, 2019 at 10:39 am

    “Don’t be fooled, the site has absolutely no affiliation to any government agency “Registering” your dog in one of those and buying a fake certificate and ID from them for less than $100 won’t make it a service dog.”

    Thereby rendering entire article useless as edgy satire…Nice job.

    • Herr Doktor
      March 26, 2019 at 11:57 am

      Don’t worry, Randall you’ll be able to register your emotional support maggots too. Better go feed them, might cut into your diet though they like what you eat…shit.

    • Bristol Turtlechick
      March 26, 2019 at 12:59 pm

      Randall, will you marry me? I’d make you my cuck and fake a headache every night to avoid sex. Still more than you’re getting right now, I’d guarantee it. Whaddaya say? You’re already clearly enamored with me, or is it one of the boys that’s more your flavor? SJW Hunter perhaps? Uncle TB? Let me know, I’d be happy to give you a lifetime of abject debasement and humiliation….

  • Randall Guy
    March 26, 2019 at 10:37 am

    Slow day, huh?

  • Me
    March 26, 2019 at 9:30 am

    That’s a .org website not a .gov website

  • 2wEntEe
    March 26, 2019 at 8:55 am

    Do they take EBT?

  • Independent Thinker
    March 26, 2019 at 8:47 am

    The worst part is people are afraid to complain out of fear of being accused of discrimination. A discrimination lawsuit can leave the victim bankrupt. Then you wonder why some landlords don’t care about maintaining their buildings. If you are going to have trash living there, why waste your money when they are just going to trash it again.

    In the end, all dogs are emotional support dogs. I am happier when my dog is sitting in my lap. However, I don’t have a meltdown every time I go someplace without my dog.

  • Me
    March 26, 2019 at 8:40 am

    I used to know someone who wanted a dog and got her doctor to fill out a form for her “anxiety.” She of course lived in income based housing and paid a whopping $4 a month for a three bedroom apartment. All while her boyfriend lived with her, making good money, she never told them about.

    Her landlord agreed (probably because they had to) but said it had to be under 40lbs. Of course she wanted a pit bull and they weigh more than that, so she never got one.

    This is the same person who had got and then turned into the pound at least 4 dogs, and 8 cats (I lost count, because it happened so many times) in the five years previous to that, once the newness of them wore off. Whenever they got a new animal my friends and I would take bets on how long she would keep them.

    The worst part is their kids would get attached to these animals and they didn’t give two shits about how they felt.

  • Well, No Shit
    March 26, 2019 at 7:49 am

    This article is spot-on!

    My useless turd of a brother-in-law and his Jabba the Wife (No bullshit, she had a Facebook page called “My 400lb Journey”) have an “emotional support animal” for her self-diagnosed “autistic” kid. (If that kid has autism, then I have a dick that drags on the ground.) The dog is a pit-bull rescue, and has not had one second of training to be anything more than a table scrap moocher. Sweet dog; useless as hen shit on a hoe handle.

    She did it the exact same way as described in this article. $100 and a nice certificate and official-looking vest show up at your door. Now, when they travel around New England on her kid’s SSDI checks, the dog gets to lounge around in whatever hotels the taxpayers are affording them that week.

    Ain’t the system fucking great?

    • Y
      March 26, 2019 at 8:11 am

      As I said before, I think they should be reserved for veterans, not the run of the mill ratchet.

      • Well, No Shit
        March 26, 2019 at 8:27 am

        I agree, but I’d be willing to extend ESA privileges to Emergency Responders with {diagnosed} PTSD. Those men and women see some pretty horrific shit, and suffer from PTSD as much as, if not more than, many veterans.

        That’s it, though. This bullshit of “Everyone Gets An ESA” has to stop.

        • Y
          March 26, 2019 at 9:13 am

          Agreed. I, stupidly, assumed most first responders were vets.

    • SMH
      March 26, 2019 at 11:38 am

      Haha, “My 400lb Journey”, sounds like Ragen Chastain. But that a whole different breed of SJW. We have a local “overweight” fam with an emotional support Chihuahua, complete with vest and pink tutu. Insert eyeroll here.

      • Hugh-Bo Mont
        March 26, 2019 at 1:34 pm

        That Chihuahua is not an emotional support dog for her, it’s an emergency snack.

  • WTF CLARENCE
    March 26, 2019 at 3:46 am

    Uh?…. You know how many ratchets you just hooked up? Good reporting, but looosers can use this info too. Now every gobslobber in town is going to “register” their friendly pet pitbull. Thank you Clarence for your wise decision…

    • Excuses
      March 26, 2019 at 6:36 am

      Lmao I was thinking the same thing. I live in a apartment that is “Pet Free” and my neighbor just got TWO, not just one, but two pit bulls as service animals for her two children. One for each. They don’t pick up the crap and they bark all day long. The walls are thin as paper.. it’s enough to make a person go crazy. But the best part is that they have been trying to evict her for the last year for a lot of different reasons. And then she gets two dogs ties them to the front porch so if you dare walk by them, they jump all over you and they scare half the kids around here while on the leash barking. But it’s all good cause they are “service animals” I think the only service they provide is shit on the front lawn but whatever.. They will be evicted if they can not provide proof that they are service animals so, She has been looking to get them “registered” will maybe she will read this and now she can. What a wonderful world..

      • TheCureForHope
        March 26, 2019 at 10:46 am

        A well trained REAL service dog does not bark or jump up on people. And it’s my understanding that a service dog can be kicked out of a business if they misbehave (I.e. pee on the floor, bark, act aggressive against other people or animals, pull the owner on the leash, etc). Those are all indicators that it’s not a real service dog anyway.

        I believe that an ESA can also be kicked out of housing if they are a nuisance. Barking all the time would qualify. Jumping up/scaring people would also. And as far as the owner not picking up…just ratchet behavior. Plus, an ESA should be supporting his person, not left tied outside.

        • Excuses
          March 26, 2019 at 12:49 pm

          Your absolutely right about everything you wrote. I love animals and so do my children. I have two teenage boys who get upset if their is a crease in their sneakers. They have both already stepped in dog crap and had a melt down. They spent a hour if not more cleaning it out of them with toothpicks and Q-tips. It’s the most ignorant thing to do. Let your animals just shit everywhere. The landlord knows and has already said the dogs have to go. But when your sneaky enough you get away with it right? Cause that was about 5 months ago lol. The part that makes this situation here bad is that they don’t clean up after their animals. most of our neighbors wouldn’t care. It’s stepping in the huge pile of shit and leaving the dogs out all day and them jumping on small children that is the biggest problem.

          • poop
            March 26, 2019 at 10:06 pm

            If the dogs are crapping everywhere, have you called the Board of Health or town property maintenance division? Maybe they can intervene. Just because they are “support animals” doesn’t mean the owners can fail to keep up after them.

            I’d bet 2 for 1 EBT that the dogs probably aren’t vaccinated and/or licensed either. Oh…and some towns have rules about tying dogs up instead of having them in pens, etc., so….maybe animal control might want to look into that.

          • Excuses
            March 27, 2019 at 7:38 am

            Everyone has been called. The landlord has been trying to evict these people for a while. Problem is they are so sneaky. The landlord installed cameras recently, most likely to catch them and just finally be done with them. I feel bad for the children either way they will lose their pets or home or both. That is the parents fault. When they moved in they knew it was a pet free apartment complex and they broke the rules. They don’t care and the only people that are gonna end up hurt are the kids.

  • Diff the Muff
    March 26, 2019 at 1:02 am

    THE Biggest scam going these days. A “Service” animal must be for a Federally recognized disability (ie, blindness, deafness, epilepsy) An “emotional support” animal is NOT Federally protected. Landlords with no pet policies can tell their tenant who suddenly needs an 80 lb pit bull to cope with anxiety to f—— off.

    • Almost
      March 26, 2019 at 1:12 am

      Unfortunately landlords can’t, emotional support animals are protected under the Fair Housing Act. Hopefully that changes some day.

      • Lassie
        March 26, 2019 at 7:51 am

        Not exactly, a landlord in MA is not legally required to permit any animal unless it is to service an ADA defined disability, which in most cases emotional issues are not included. As long as such denial of a pet is uniformly applied to all tenants and discrimination against one can’t be shown then no law is being broken. I had a tenant after a year hand me a letter from her therapist claiming she needed a dog over 75 lbs to sleep with her at night because the dog was therapeutic for her panic attacks. I shrugged my shoulders and told her sorry, read your lease agreement. This abuse will only end when business owners stop being spineless pussies about it.

      • rob
        March 26, 2019 at 10:28 am

        100% not true. I’ve done enormous amounts of research on this for my workplace. The laws that define all laws regarding this subject is the ADA. Emotional support animals are not recognized by the ADA as requiring protection. Any animal can be an emotional support animal, an iguana can be one. But only a dog or a mini horse can be a service animal. Having a pet that just calms you down has no protection, but if you have a dog that can sense an anxiety attack coming on, that is a service dog.

        And you are allowed to ask the dog owner two questions, is the dog required because of a disability and what job does it perform. It is against the law to ask what disability he/she/it may have. I always just use the second question. 99% of the time they say “well it comforts me”. Then I say that’s a therapy dog right? The answer is yes. Boom. Get out.

        Contrary to what people believe, you are allowed rights as well as the dog owner. If it’s a service dog that barks, you have every right to kick it out. The vests are fake. The ID cards are fake. None of that is required, or recognized by the ADA. I’ve had people show me letters from doctors, but it means nothing. They can’t go in a pool if the local board of health says so. They can’t sit at a table, or be taken care of by staff.

        I’m sure many of you will say this is fake news, but go to ada.gov. You’ll find everything you need.

        • Stunt Penis
          March 26, 2019 at 11:44 am

          I’d like to see the relevant clause of the ADA which states only dogs or mini horses can be “service animals”. Can you quote the relevant clause? Because, from what I’ve seen, there is no such clause (pertaining to mini horses). I’ve love to see someone try to take a mini horse “service animal” on a plane under the ADA.

          There are only two questions someone can ask you about a service animal: 1) if the animal is required due to a disability and 2) what task does the dog do. Doctor’s notes, vests, ID cards, etc. are not required. People have learned to answer “Yes” to the first question and be very vague on the 2nd due to “privacy concerns”.

          99% of the time it is complete bullshit. Last week I was in a local grocery store when a “service dog” with a “service dog” vest started barking at me…. so you know it wasn’t a “service dog””.

    • Wwy
      March 26, 2019 at 1:13 am

      I love it the people who committed a holocaust in Iraq and Syria need dogs to babysit them.poetic justice. Never fight a Jew war ptsd heads.

      • McRuff Wwy's Dad
        March 26, 2019 at 7:11 am

        Yo, dipshit be nice when you talk about dogs the mangy fleabag mutt nextdoor was your dad. Now go find somebody else’s leg to hump before I roll up the newspaper and smack you around.

      • 2wEntEe
        March 26, 2019 at 9:03 am

        You are a complete fucking idiot.
        US troops only attack people that
        1. Attack them or innocent civilians
        2. Are planning on attacking them or innocent civilians.

    • TheCureForHope
      March 26, 2019 at 10:32 am

      An emotional support animal is specifically used to get into ‘no pet’ housing.

      You just need a doctor’s note saying you need it.

      An ESA is not granted rights to enter stores, supermarkets etc. But it does allow access into ‘no pet’ housing….and (I think) airplanes too.

  • L B
    March 25, 2019 at 11:27 pm

    You do realize that
    1 you need to have a Doctor’s note stating your specific condition
    2 you have to demonstrate the need for the ESA
    3 unlike Service Animals they can ask these questions
    4 “registration” is not valid and gets you absolutely no protection

    5 you have however committed fraud and bragged about it.

    • Y
      March 26, 2019 at 12:31 am

      You seem like the kind of person who lives on the edge; let’s party!

      • Me
        March 26, 2019 at 9:33 am

        Exactly, that website is a .org website —.not a government website.

    • Stunt Penis
      March 26, 2019 at 7:41 am

      Uh, no LB, you do not need any of those things.

      You do not need a doctor’s note.
      You do not need to have the dog demonstrate anything.

      The ADA is quite explicit on what a business can ask a person. I recommend you get off pornhub for a while and read.

    • Well, No Shit
      March 26, 2019 at 7:55 am

      As Stunt Penis said, you are dead wrong, buddy.

      I’ve witnessed the fuckery that is “registering an ESA,” and it is a total scam that requires absolutely nothing but money and a desire to go full ratchet.

    • Derp
      March 26, 2019 at 10:17 am

      You must be new here. Smh

  • I Beat Them Everytime
    March 25, 2019 at 11:06 pm

    I just shit in aisle 5. “Timmy, clean up in aisle 5….again.”

  • True justice
    March 25, 2019 at 10:16 pm

    Thank you Bristol TC. I’m a manager with a major supermarket chain and this is out of control. I love animals and respect the people who need them to help them live there lives. But, anxiety dogs? Bullshit. You’re right, we are handcuffed with it due to law suits. But this needs to stop. They are just shitting on the blind and others who absolutely need them.

    • poop
      March 26, 2019 at 10:12 pm

      Anxiety dogs – maybe they are trained to go fetch the Xanax when the owner is too drugged up to get it himself.

  • Big Wick
    March 25, 2019 at 10:07 pm

    Bristol, you slay! But, either 01 April came early, or the “registry” is AFU. Neither your number nor name information produced a FIND result (or, rather, a big fat zero). In any event, I agree with you and Scooby below.

  • Finally!!
    March 25, 2019 at 10:05 pm

    Damn! Turtleboy broke this story first. For years now, my wife and I have discussed how our community would improve if, and only if, someone fixes the broken support animal system. How often our communities fail to reach their potential, when people walk their lap dogs through our grocery stores, pharmacies and places of business. Talk about LIBERAL ENTITLEMENT! I mean, what kind RATCHETSAURUSREX (sick burn, I know) registers their animal to be a support animal anyways? It’s a real nuisance and drain on the economy. I’m just so tired of people walking their dogs around, claiming they have “an emotional disability”, and I have to wait in line behind them while there dog just..well, just exists. Ugh!! But of course the mainstream media just ignores this, and politicians like POCAHONTAS and DA Rollins will never bring forth legislation on the federal and state levels to address this SOCIETAL PLAGUE. As aggravating as that is, I don’t let it ruin my full and thriving life.

    • Y
      March 26, 2019 at 12:35 am

      You’re terrible at sarcasm; stick to jerking off in silence.
      The only person qualified for a service animal is a wounded veteran.
      Toughen up.

      • Dog trainer
        March 26, 2019 at 10:19 am

        Ok Tanyan Lee,

        What about blind people? They can’t have service animals? Other disabled? ONLY military veterans with diagnosed PTSD are worthy?

        I don’t get you.

      • Huh?
        March 26, 2019 at 12:29 pm

        Y,

        Explain how the *only* people who deserve service dogs are wounded veterans. I think you’re making this argument over on the Facebook pages, too, aren’t you?

        • Y
          March 26, 2019 at 1:04 pm

          I was drinking last night; my fault.
          No, it’s not me on FB; I tend to stay out of the FB arguments because I don’t have a troll account.
          Service animals should be for vets, first responders, etc., not for ratchets who can’t fend for themselves or deal with ordinary life problems.

  • Boss Hogg
    March 25, 2019 at 9:35 pm

    I have a service revolver myself.

  • Huh
    March 25, 2019 at 9:05 pm

    So wait, you spent $99 to prove a point? Was it worth it?

    • Y
      March 25, 2019 at 10:56 pm

      Business expense

  • Scooby-Doo Would Be Pissed
    March 25, 2019 at 8:48 pm

    What’s sad is that there are legitimate service dogs for people that have seizures or are blind or several other real world purposes. But the ratchet world has taken this noble animal and turned it into another scam. I have found the more special vests with a shitload of patches telling the world this dog smells when aliens are in my closet, the more full of shit they are. Ratchet world ruining the real world more everyday

  • Keep the Pet - Get Rid of the Owner
    March 25, 2019 at 8:42 pm

    Animal rights whackos and their supporters were the first SJWs.

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