takes advantage of laws meant to help the disabled for personal gain.

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Can a dog for personal protection be a service dog?

Service animals are those which are individually trained to perform tasks that mitigate the disability of a disabled owner. If the owner is not disabled or the dog is not trained to mitigate the owner's disability, then the dog is not a service dog. Additionally, animals with attack training can be barred from any facility that bans weapons, concealed or otherwise.