The New York Times examines what it takes to get a dog into a no-dog building

The New York Times wrote an interesting piece this week on what some people are doing to legally get a dog into a no-pet building in New York City. We thought readers might be interested…

From the article: “You need to show two things,” he said [Darryl Vernon, a partner in the law firm Vernon & Ginsburg]. “One, that you really have a disability within the meaning of the law, not just seasonal depression or the economy is bad. And two, that there’s a connection between the dog and your disability, that the dog is medically helpful.

Here is the full article: