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Does Americans Disabilities Act legally authorizes voluntary registry program offered by cities/colleges to provide special tag identifying the dogs as service animals?

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Answered by Rachel Green
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Yes. Universities and different elements, for example, nearby governments, may offer intentional
registries. Numerous people group keep up a willful registry that fills an open need, for instance, to
guarantee that crisis staff know to search for service animals amid an crisis departure handle. Some
offer an advantage, for example, a decreased dig permit expense, for people who enroll their service
animal. Registries for purposes like this are allowed under the Americans Disabilities Act. An element
may not, in any case, require that a dog be enrolled as service animal as a state of being allowed out in
the open spots. This would be an infringement of the Americans Disabilities Act. 
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