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What does under control means in reference to service animals?

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Answered by Rachel Green
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Service animals had to be in the control of their handlers all the time. The service animal must be
tackled, chained, or fastened while out in the open spots unless these gadgets meddle with the service
animal's work or the individual's inability forestalls utilization of these gadgets. Under control
additionally implies that service animal ought not be permitted to bark over and again in an address
corridor, theater, library, or other calm place. Notwithstanding, if a dog barks just once, or barks since
somebody has incited it, this would not imply that the he is wild. 
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