Service and Emotional Support Animals in Iowa

Iowa’s disability rights law and the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) state that people with disabilities have the right to be accompanied by service animals in restaurants, hotels, stores, theaters, and other public accommodations. The accommodations are outlined within both laws. Read the full article here:

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In this video, we discuss the legalities surrounding service and emotional support animals in the state of Iowa. We cover the questions: What service animals are covered in Iowa?, What is a public accommodation?, What are the rules for service animals?, and What are service animal rules for housing in Iowa? ‍

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