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Service & Emotional Support Animals

Service and Emotional Support Animals owners must provide a doctors or medical person letter that verifies the accommodation needed. The animal must be registered with a photograph of the animal before the animal can be brought on or into the Club Amenities.

Trainers of service animals must have all the proper certifications and paperwork and be registered with the Club. Trainers must seek out an accommodation from the Club and register an animal by providing reliable documentation to establish that the animal in question is indeed a service animal in training. Any trainer of a service animal, while engaged in the training of such an animal, has the same rights and privileges with respect to access to public facilities and the same liability for damage as is provided for those persons accompanied by service animals. The service animal must be  under the control of its handler and must have a harness, leash, or other tether. The “handler” is required to provide a ‘training coat’ stating the animal is being prepared as a service dog.

The service animals’ handler is liable for any damage done to the premises or to another person on the premises by the animal. The Club may exclude or remove any animal from the premises, including a service or emotional support animal, if the animal is out of control or the animal’s handler does not take effective action to control it, the animal is not housebroken, or the animal’s behavior poses a direct threat to the health and safety of others. Allergies and fear of animals are not valid reasons for denying access or refusing service to an individual with a service animal.