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... 64 This table was adapted from Anything Pawsable [blog] , "Things Service Dogs in Public Should and Should Not Do," Kea Grace, Nov.
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... 65 Category of Behavior Service Dogs in Public Should NOT Service Dogs in Public Should Drag or pull their handler for any reason, unless the dog is performing specific mobility-related task work for their handler as evidenced by the presence of a brace mobility support harness, other task-related gear or wheelchair assistance harness. Walk nicely on a leash without pulling, straining, lunging, lagging, circling, or forging Wander or move widely out of heel position unless cued to by their handler.

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