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What's the Deal With Lease Agreements and Service Animals?

This week's Tenant Troubles deals with whether or not a landlord can legally refuse to rent to a tenant who owns a dog, even if the prospective tenant is disabled and has a service animal. While it's pretty cut-and-dry for a blind person with a guide dog, it's legally a little more tricky if your dog is for emotional support. Head on over to the SF Appeal to hear what Dave Crow, an attorney who specializes in San Francisco tenant landlord law has to say. [SF Appeal/Photo via Shutterstock]