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TITLE 56
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND WELFARE
CHAPTER 7
RIGHTS OF INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
56-704B.  Rights of individuals with dogs-in-training — Liability. (1)  Every individual with a disability who is specifically training or socializing a dog for the purpose of being a service dog shall have the right to be accompanied by the dog in any of the places described in section 56-703, Idaho Code, without being required to pay an extra charge for the dog if the accompaniment is part of the dog’s training or socialization to become a service dog.
(2)  Every individual who is not an individual with a disability but who is specifically training or socializing a dog for the purpose of being a service dog shall have the privilege to be accompanied by the dog in any of the places described in section 56-703, Idaho Code, without being required to pay an extra charge for the dog if the accompaniment is part of the dog’s training or socialization to become a service dog. The individual accompanying the dog-in-training shall carry and upon request display an identification card issued by a recognized school for service dogs or training dogs or an organization that serves individuals with disabilities. The dog-in-training shall be visually identified as a dog-in-training as provided in section 56-701A, Idaho Code. The school or organization as identified on the identification card shall be fully liable for any damages done to the premises or facilities by the dog, and no liability to other persons shall be attached to the owner, lessor, or manager of the property arising out of activities permitted by this chapter.

History:
[(56-704B) 56-704A, added 1983, ch. 75, sec. 2, p. 162; am. 1992, ch. 58, sec. 6, p. 170; am. 1994, ch. 159, sec. 3, p. 361; am. 1997, ch. 267, sec. 10, p. 768; am. and redesig. 2019, ch. 213, sec. 15, p. 650.]


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