FAKER ALERT: ELLE BROWN

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

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Are service dogs allowed at the zoo?

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires zoos to modify their policies regarding outside animals to permit the use of a service animal. However, the zoo is permitted to restrict service animals from open air exhibits, such as aviaries visitors can enter and interact with the exhibits.