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Subject: Service animals - part 666?
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SheliaH
(Indiana)

Posts:4284


11/08/2021 8:00 AM  
This time, I have a link to an article that discusses a patient's request for a support animal. It's aimed at health care professionals, but I think it's worth reviewing in case you come across such a request in your community. You'll really enjoy the chart that defines service animals vs. emotional support animals and the like. Hope you find it enlightening!

I also hope the link works! If not, google psychiatryadvisor.com and do a search - the article was published on Nov. 5

https://www.psychiatryadvisor.com/home/topics/general-psychiatry/legal-and-ethical-approaches-to-a-patients-request-for-an-emotional-support-animal/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pa-update-hay-20211108&cpn=&hmSubId=tczVWBOay4s1&hmEmail=tK0vz1hQRCohWnERIsMzjSoAif8g4XHYgqbP1HaB5lo1&NID=-1&email_hash=66c8743e92890fa9b4fee8b8c522fe0b&mpweb=1323-160619-7630117
JanineR
(Tennessee)

Posts:219


11/09/2021 11:31 AM  
The link works, and the table was super helpful!
(I had no idea about the miniature horse under ADA)
LetA
(Nevada)

Posts:1462


11/09/2021 11:51 AM  
Wait until the caca hits the oscillating blade thingy and people start raising chickens in their backyards for eggs and for chickens in the preverbal pot. Roosters are typically a sign of sock fighting.
What will HOA boards do then?
SheliaH
(Indiana)

Posts:4284


11/09/2021 1:03 PM  
Posted By LetA on 11/09/2021 11:51 AM
Wait until the caca hits the oscillating blade thingy and people start raising chickens in their backyards for eggs and for chickens in the preverbal pot. Roosters are typically a sign of sock fighting.
What will HOA boards do then?




Too late - that's already happening!

A few years ago, I subscribed to a magazine that specialized in urban farming (it had a lot of nice articles in it - too bad it bit the dust). Anyway, they ran a number of articles on keeping chickens and talked about HOAs and what people could do to persuade them to change the rules (and possibly city ordinances) to allow the chickens. Along with suggestions on what the chicken owners could do to be good neighbors. To wit - lose the roosters because they ARE loud and can be aggressive (better to take the hens to a farm with a few roosters, let nature take its course, and then bring them back to lay eggs and/or hatch more chickens!)

Of course, keeping chickens won't work in every community - each bird needs a certain amount of space, you have to find a way to control the vermin they can attract, keep them clean, etc. That's why homeowners who're interested in this need to accept they'll have to educate neighbors and everyone else. Instead people yap about "MY RIGHTS!" and get mad when the big bad HOA board says no. It may be the community really isn't the best spot for a henhouse and people should accept that too.
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