I would like to know what I can do to be able to keep my dog and my home ,I have medical problems and my dog helps me with my problems and I don't want to have to lose my dog or my home over this incident
Most people know that federal, state and city laws require building owners and landlords to accommodate tenants who have disabilities — for instance, by waiving a no-pet rule for a blind resident’s guide dog or allowing a companion pet prescribed by a physician. But, just what ailment does your doctor recognize? Does your doctor prescribe a companion animal? Making your case to a landlord takes more than just hoping.
So, hire a lawyer and proceed according to the law.
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