Service Animal Training Through The Arc of Larimer County

Join Disability Law Colorado to learn about the law regarding service & assistance animals.

Do you know the difference between a service animal an assistance animal and an emotional support animal?

Do you know which of these animals is allowed in a public business? In housing? In a school? On airplanes?

Do you know when an animal – even an legitimate service animal – can be removed from a public business?

Do you know what information can be requested of a person with a disability entering a public business with an animal? In housing?

Do you know about Colorado’s law regarding misrepresentation of a service animal that went into effect on January 1, 2018? 

If discussion around any of the above questions interests you, we encourage you to attend our training on service and assistance animals.  This training is open to the public at $10/person, but please note that space is limited and registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.  If you need accommodations (ASL interpreter, Spanish interpreter, etc.) or have questions about these upcoming training, please contact Emily Harvey at eharvey@disabilitylawco.org or 303.722.0300.  Please let us know of any accommodations you need at least 72 hours prior to the scheduled training.

Thank you to The Arc of Larimer County for partnering with us on this Service Animal Training event.

 

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