[nagdu] greetings. access issue

Michael Hingson Mike at michaelhingson.com
Tue Jul 30 03:13:41 UTC 2013


Your rights trump others.  They violate the law if they deny you access with
your guide dog.  Remember, it is YOU who have the right to take your guide
dog with you.  The dog has NO rights, you do.

If someone has allergies then first they need to prove that their allergies
constitute a true disability.  Then the 
Gymn has to work with you and the other party to find a reasonable
accommodation.  In no case is such an accommodation denying you the right to
bring your guide.

I hope this helps. 


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-----Original Message-----
From: nagdu [mailto:nagdu-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of jeff crouch
Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 07:15 PM
To: nagdu at nfbnet.org
Subject: [nagdu] greetings. access issue

Hello everyone,
My name is jeff crouch, and I am 16 years old and am going to start training
with a guide dog on auguist 18th at Pilet dogs.

I am wanting to know about something that I was told by a manager at a place
where I workout at. She told me that I will not be able to bring my guide
dog in because one of her clients who works out at that gym is allergic to
dogs and that the client made a ordeal about the last service dog that came
in. I don't know how to preseed, weather I just leave it alone and not take
the dog when I go to workout, or what I should do. Advice would be greatly

Jeff Crouch

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