[nagdu] Papers on my Dog at a Resort

Tami Jarvis tami at poodlemutt.com
Sat Sep 21 22:38:56 UTC 2013


Good grief! You are right that it counts as a place of public 
accommodation. It is against the law for them to ask for paperwork.

I'm not sure I can see how that senior organization could exclude you, 
either, unless they somehow count as a private club that is exempt from 
the ADA...

Hope you get them straightened out!


On 09/21/2013 03:27 PM, Darla Rogers wrote:
> A friend and I plan to spend a week at the Pepper Tree Resort in North
> Myrtle Beach, SC; she told them I have a guide dog; now they want to see
> paperwork.  Personally, I believe they are a public accommodation and thus
> my dog should not have even needed to be motioned, but you can't cont5rol
> what a sighted person says.
>                  My husband and I were excluded from a senior organization
> that, among other things, took day trips to places--and perhaps even some
> overnighters--but a relative had to interject that I have a guide dog, and
> you can guess the rest of the story.
> Darla
> Darla J. Rogers
> djrogers0628 at gmail.com
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