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Reader comment on item: Muslim Taxi Drivers vs. Seeing-Eye Dogs
in response to reader comment: no dogs, no pigs, yes cats are allowed for muslims

Submitted by Carrie (United States), Dec 30, 2014 at 21:14

What would be the point of having a service dog if it has to stay outside? Or out of public places? service dogs have to develop a bond with the blind person can't very well do that from the yard. I guess you should train seeing eye muslims. Cause I don't think anyone would give you a dog that cost 30.000 to train for you to banish it to your yard.

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