|Barked: Thu Oct 11, '12 5:51pm PST |
|I agree if the dog can reach the property owner's space, it is trespassing, but Service Dogs and their owners have rights just as he does. I would consider moving the lead or putting a barrier at the property limit to ensure the dog stays off his property...simply to make less of a headache for your landlord, but they seem like they are willing to stand up for your rights and would let them handle that jerks personal issues... And the family living in his dwelling likes the dog...so why does he care, it's not the dog's fault the dog doesn't like the property owner- it's his fault for having a bad attitude and dogs are smart enough to notice! No one can discrimiate us whom are disabled according to the Law and I feel this violates Disabled folks' rights...if I can establish residency in a government-funded apartment complex because I am disabled and require a service animal, I am given the right to care for my pet on their property...which to me seems the dog has a right to access property not owned by myself, ...so who's to say the dog can not have access to private property? That is trully the issue here...where a dog can do their business!
Regardless of law or right, morally speaking I would attempt to resolve the issue as gently as possible without offending anyone...simply by compromising with preventing the dog from using the jerks property, but I don't think it upholds to everyone's rights...
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