A Service Dog has full access to all areas open to the public for an individual with a disability, some Examples may be, but are not limited to: pulling a wheelchair, medical alert, PTSD, seizure alert.
Control of Your Service Dog
You must keep your service Dog under control at all times. The animal should always be on a leash, harness or other tether, unless either the handler is unable because of his/her disability to use a harness, leash or other tether, or the use of a harness, leash or other tether would interfere with the service animal’s safe, effective performance of work or tasks, in which case the service animal must be otherwise under the handler’s control.
- A service Dog must sit under the handler’s seat or at his or her feet. they are not allowed to sit on seats, tables or benches and must not block walk ways for other customers
- A service Dog is not allowed to run around and play
- A service Dog is not allowed to go in the pool.
Walking Your Service Dog
You may walk your service dog in the designated areas indicated by Hil-Mar Lodge Management. Provided that you Clean up after the animal.
Hil-Mar Lodge employees are not responsible for the care, safety or supervision of any customer’s service animal.
Hil-Mar Lodge personnel may require you to remove your service animal from the premises if:
- The animal is not under control and you do not take effective action to correct it (for example, a dog causes a significant disturbance by barking repeatedly and uncontrollably or is not housebroken or not on a leash)
- The animal poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others.
- Not following Our Service Animal rules and instructions.
If you are asked to remove your service animal, but you would like to remain on the premises you will be allowed to bring the service animal to a local address, you will be provided with an entrance pass for when you return .