Claudia, this is a question for your daughter`s doctor. I do not know the APD and where it comes across a disability and auxiliary animals. If he qualifies them for an assistant, then you should have no problem getting proper documentation for the owner. Hello! So I have a service dog, and the owner and manager were more than difficult. But my question is: can you ask me to sign an extra contract specifically for my service dog? If not, where is the legal evidence? I tried to find something, whether they could do it or not, but I couldn`t find anything. Downstairs, that`s exactly what the ADA says. See what he says about excessive barking. Just because an animal is an animal or pet does not mean that it has the right to be a nuisance. And I don`t see anything about the connection between the animal and traveling with its people everywhere. But be careful, because you may not have the right to question it.

„The person in charge is responsible for the maintenance and supervision of his pet. When a service animal behaves in an unacceptable manner and the person with a disability does not control the animal, a company or other facility is not required to let the animal into its premises. Uncontrolled barking, jumping or fleeing in front of the handler are examples of unacceptable behaviour for a service animal. A company has the right to deny access to a dog that disrupts its business. For example, a service dog that barks over and over again and disturbs the joy of another benefactor of a movie could be asked to leave the theatre. Businesses, public programs and transportation providers may exclude a pet when the animal`s behaviour poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others. When a service animal grumbles in a grocery store with other buyers, the owner may be asked to remove the animal. I have an older tenant who asks for four (4) auxiliary animals. Her doctor (a medical assistant) wrote a letter certifying her disability and certifying that these four animals relieve their symptoms (or the effects of their disability). The law seems to fall completely on the side of the disabled person, but the presence of these dogs will disturb other residents.

My plan is to tell them, „The law is the law.“ But I can`t describe anywhere if there is a limit to the number of ESA. This person has a disability and four (4) ESA. What would bother its supplier if it decided that it would be better at 20 or 30 years of age? Is there a limit to the law, case law or regulation? How many animals must be allowed before the owner`s operation is fundamentally changed? HUD provides housing providers with additional guidance on how to determine the validity of suitable housing for auxiliary animals. A full version of these rules can be find here. Landlords should be careful not to give the impression of harassing or doubting the tenant`s request, but simply to do the necessary diligence to confirm the document. Fair housing law generally requires that the person presenting a tenant`s disability documents be a person „capable of knowing the tenant`s disability.“