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Pet courtesy in Cape Coral? Yes, please!

February 9, 2018

To the editor: Even though late in doing so, I felt compelled to respond to a letter in your Dec. 29 issu....

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Electrician

Feb-11-18 10:50 AM

It is time for the Legislature to pass the Bill that is been presented to do exactly what you infer. Too many pretenders ruin for those who do have a true need.

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lawmajor

Feb-11-18 9:19 AM

Doctorcrime - Let's NOT forget that there are individuals out there that truly suffer from PTSD and they really do rely on their service dogs. YES, there are others that "Pretend" to have a "Service Dog" or "Comfort Dog" and label them as so, just to be able to bring them with them everywhere. It's unfortunate that they choose to do so as individuals like yourself, then characterize legit "Service Dogs" as bogus. PTSD is a lot more common than you realize & it really is an illness.

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Doctorcrime

Feb-11-18 8:13 AM

Pets belong in the hopuse..or on their own property. I have an Old English Sheepdog...She stays on my property except for the vet and boarding. But...some people think only about themselves and not how their pet might make other people uncomforatble.

Unless they are seeing eye dogs..keep them home. As for these "comfort" dogs...???? Give me a break!

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