Chapter 10: Personal Assistance and In-Home Services
Section 7: Rights of Assistance Dog Users [Oklahoma Law]
Honoring America's Warriors mission is fulfilled by creating activities that allow these men and women to be with other veterans' peer to peer who cope with the same issues on a daily basis in a non-clinical environment.
Honoring America’s Warriors, exclusive in Oklahoma, provides assistance dogs, training, equipment, and veterinary care to qualifying service-connected disabled veterans at no cost.
Service dog website link with information: https://honoringamericaswarriors.org/programs/service-dog-program
Title 25, Section 1452 (#13 and #14)
13. To refuse to rent or lease housing to a blind, deaf, or handicapped person on the basis of the person's use or possession of a bona fide, properly trained guide, signal, or service dog.
14. To demand the payment of an additional nonrefundable fee or an unreasonable deposit for rent from a blind, deaf, or handicapped person for such dog. Such blind, deaf, or handicapped person may be liable for any damage done to the dwelling by such dog.
Title 25, Section 1402
It is a discriminatory practice for a person to deny an individual the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, and accommodations of a "place of public accommodation" because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.
Title 7, Section 19.1
Provides that any blind, physically handicapped, deaf or hard of hearing person who is a passenger on any public conveyance shall be entitled to have with him or her a guide, signal or service dog specially trained for that purpose, without having to pay any added charge. Dog trainers from recognized assistance dog training facilities may also use public conveyances (transportation) with dogs in training.
Individuals using guide, signal or service dogs and trainers from recognized training centers with dogs in training may not be denied admittance to or refused access to public places. These include, but are not limited to, streets, sidewalks, transportation vehicles, places of lodging, government buildings, college dorms, educational facilities, restaurants, stores, entertainment and recreation facilities or other places where the public is invited. No added fee may be charged to a person for bringing his or her guide, signal or service dog into a public place, but the owner or trainer will be liable for any damages the animal does to the premises.