Fuck people who abuse the support animal system.

Fuck people who abuse the support animal system. I hate that people tote their precious little doggos around with fake pieces of paper claiming that their dog will be there to help save their life like medication when they just don't like going out to the store.
If the law deems a service animal helpful then fine, but the hypersensitivity by the people who actually dont need but fake things to hang out with their pets. If you need your dog to walk around because you're blind, fine, if they are trained to detect siezures and to give you medicine, great, but those animals go through rigerous training to be working 24/7 to save lives, pretending to do that is like stolen valor, and using that as a crutch just so people will let you bring your dog that wont stop howling into a restaraunt because you didnt properly train him to be around people let alone what actual service animals go through then fuck you
Anyone got any ragefuel or comeuppance about fake service animals?

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I think stores should let pets in unless there is a REALLY good reason not to, I don't have pets myself but I favour stores and malls that let people walk their pets in there.

    That said, much like how I understand why some people should bike on the sidewalk, they shouldn't do it. If you don't live somewhere where pets are allowed in unless they are a medical aid, and you don't actually need it to be a medical aid, don't get a pet if you can't leave it at home or with someone on some trips.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's all fine and fun until someone's pitbull or german shitperd gets loose and kills/traumatizes a smaller, friendlier dog.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >t. landlord

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Anyone got any ragefuel or comeuppance about fake service animals?
    you people just honestly need to have a nice day

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      And yoi need to either properly register your dog or leave them at home

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It is always people with the worst personalities and dogs.
    >Be me
    >With my 8 year old cousin
    >Want to get her a cookie at starbucks
    >This woman walks into starbucks
    >Has a large poodle
    >Giant ESA patch on it
    >Clearly untrained as it is pulling on the leach and sniffing around
    >I tell my cousin "Do you want to ask if we can pet the dog"
    >This woman fucking snaps
    >"HEY ALWAYS ASK BEFORE YOU PET"
    >I tell her we were about to ask but now nevermind
    >She starts rambling off about how she has a bunch of disorders
    >yells in public that it is a service dog
    >I just walk away
    >Even my 8 year old cousin could tell that bitch was crazy
    It is a fucking poodle, you don't have an emotional support animal, you have an untrained dog. ESAs should at least require training and shame on congress for making it so that you can't even demand documentation.

    Off topic, but this is why I am against any "legal only for medical reasons" legislation, because anything that becomes medically legal, becomes de-facto legal.
    This country is full of bullshit doctors who have free reign to sell prescriptions, bad behaviors and bad drugs to anyone who wants them. Fuck medical weed, fuck ESAs and fuck jannies

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    mental illness is fake

    everybody love doggo

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I've encountered someone who registered her dog as a service dog with the excuse that she has narcolepsy, but it was mostly an excuse to bring her dog places. She said the dog really did wake her up when in a narcoleptic sleep, not that there wouldn't be humans to do that in a public place.

    Dog was cute and quiet. I didn't mind

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >bring your dog that wont stop howling into a restaurant
    Even a genuine service dog for a blind person can be evicted for this. No business has to legally tolerate poor behavior from its customers.

    Knowing that, I don’t really care about fake service/support animals as long as they are well behaved. I don’t care about normal pets in stores or restaurants as long as they are well behaved. It isn’t difficult to train a dog to pass a “good citizen” test, and something like that should be considered the bare minimum for having a pet accompany you. There’s no excuse for dragging a poorly behaved animal around.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >not dressing your dog up in a pilot's outfit and tell the people at the gate he's a pilot deadheading
    There's no rule that says a dog CAN'T fly an airplane.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The emotional support animal thing is kind of gutted now. Since 2021 in usa airlines don't need to acomidate emotional support animals. Just service animals wich is a much higher bar and are pretty rare.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      along with why people were mostly doing it.

      can't move cross country via plane if you have a dog and care about what happens to them. you can't even pay extra for it. you can't fly them first class. not even $5k extra. you have to charter a personal flight.

      because dogs use up gas and make them have to replace their air fitlers more often. still no word from airlines on how 50% of the passengers stink like shit, trash, or a whorehouse. maybe they should allow dogs on anyways to prevent another 9/11?

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    How about first fuck the airlines that force dogs to fly cargo, and then deny responsibility when they die or are traumatized to the point of being impossible to keep happy?

    Because that’s the source of “fake service animals”. The supreme gnomishness of airlines.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      this. I plan on registering my great dane as a service animal because there is no way I'd feel comfortable knowing the needy bastard was tucked in a kennel too small for him for several hours with the possibility of him either overheating or freezing to death.
      If some single mom can bring her screaming 1 year old baby and sit next to me on my 11 hour flight to Europe, I should be able to have my Dane lying at my feet in the bulk-head seating section where he will be entirely quiet and maybe farting a bit if we're unlucky.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I remember there was a program earlier where truckers let dogs hitchhike with them, it was for an adoption program.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm sorry my social anxiety offends you so much. Perhaps you need the emotional support animal more than I do.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Im allergic to most all of the "support animals" that people use. Like I said, I'm cool with dogs (at a distance) and I've got no issue with ponies. In my area those are the only two recognized species of service animals. Take your cats home, they arent going to help you.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    do people really do this? i live in a shithole and even there people just put up photos with numbers like usual, feel like it can't be common even if it is dickish

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's an American thing.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        yeah i live in an american shithole
        i mean i guess the neighborhood could be worse technically but it's not that good either really, plus it seems like more and more people are leavin
        ya still see it on the main streets so idk
        that said i haven't been out in a while so maybe not

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      People do it because its very difficult to find a rental that allows for pets, and they are trying to scare landlords with legal problems.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        really? mine had a pom and is fine with cats, i mean he's dead now but it's not like we've received complaints really
        just don't yell or leave the fucking chicken cooking and go to bed like one guy did
        thankfully the house was fine but still

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Im apartment hunting in a city and I cant stop finding pet friendly apartment complexes, are they really so niche?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          In my state in the US, if you have your pet registered as an emotional support animal, you don't have to pay any additional fees/deposits upon move-in. I wish I'd found out sooner because the deposit on my cat was $350, and my roommate's fish was $500, I guess because of the aquarium setup's potential to leak.

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