Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
I'm really glad to see this. I remember the previous threads and treaded lightly, so many were in support of him and on Alaya attending school. I remember the parents of the boy posting here. I didn't believe the dog was doing anything another human couldn't do... And then the case became a very strong supporter of service dogs in school in general. Its good to see the truth coming out of all of this.
Whichever side of the debate of service dogs in school that someone stands on, cases like these are detrimental.
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member in education and Service Dog Handler.