Service animal law provides hope of protection

House Bill NO. 0114 was passed by the Wyoming State Legislature and put into effect on July 1 in order to help protect service/assistance animals and prosecute those who misrepresent their pets as such. Michelle Woerner, CEO of K9s 4 Mobility, assisted in writing the bill and is personally unaware of anyone being charged for

PTSD a factor in retraining service dogs

The Mayors Council for People with Disabilities hosted a forum on Sept. 27 to discuss a new Wyoming law that will charge people with a misdemeanor and a $750 fine for those who attempt to pose their pets as service animals. Michelle Woerner, CEO of K9s 4 Mobility, said that former service dogs have been

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