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This Guest Made a Ruckus, Pooped On The Floor, and Ruined Two Pair of Frames

A true tale of a ‘service puppy’ run amok.

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WE HAD A PATIENT this summer come in with her “service dog.” We have worked with service animals in the past and know what to expect. But this “service dog” barked the entire time, pooped on the carpet, and chewed two pairs of glasses. The patient explained that he was a puppy and didn’t know any better. Actually, we knew better! — Heather Aites, Family Vision Center, Westminster, CO

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