Many people are confused by what legally constitutes a service or assistance animal and how (or if) they need to be marked (such as a vest). The General Assembly recently enacted a new law that clarifies these issues as well as provides some assistance for ways business owners can deal with customers who try to pass off non-service pets as service animals. For help understanding the new law, see the Colorado Legislative Council’s Issue Brief entitled Laws Addressing Service Animals and Assistance Animals. Additionally, if you have questions about the new law or want to file a complaint, you can contact the Colorado Civil Rights Division.
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