Michael Sharron, a war veteran who is accompanied by a service dog due to PTSD, was recently treated unfairly by a Prince Albert restaurant. Restaurant staff began questioning Sharron about why he had a service dog. Sharron's dog was wearing a service dog vest, and Sharron offered documentation to verify the dog was a service dog.
However, the staff did not accept this information and continued asking why he had the dog, which is personal information that is not important in determining if the dog was a service dog. The restaurant should apologize to Sharron, and go over laws regarding service dogs to ensure no one else is mistreated.
Tell this restaurant to respect service dog laws, and the people who use these dogs.