|Barked: Thu Sep 6, '12 12:34pm PST |
|Puppies in training do have public access rights in some state (not sure about canada) but a puppy in School would not be covered in general public access rights. In school with a student falls under a different type of law all together and the student even has to apply for accommodation with the school, and it's hard enough to get a fully trained service dog in a school. Most schools will look for other resources to assist a disabled student.
Honestly having a puppy in training in a high school sounds like a bad idea all around. Students in high school are there to learn, Puppies in training especially at first are a lot of work and would be a huge distraction to not only the student handling them but also to the other students.
OP I'm not nearly as familiar with Canadian law as I am US law but I do know that it changes from Provence to Provence. You should start by researching your Provence's laws on service dogs and service dogs in training. Then try contacting a local program that trains service dogs because most programs have rules, and structure in place already on how they want their puppies raised. And only then if everything else lines up you'd need to contact the school to see if they would even allow puppies in training in the school with the students.
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