Service animals are animals that have been trained to perform tasks that assist people with disabilities. Service animals may also be referred to as assistance animals, assist animals, support animals, or helper animals depending on the country and the animal's function. Dogs are the most common service animals, assisting people in many different ways since at least 1927. Other animals such as monkeys, birds, and horses have also been documented.

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  • サービスアニマルとは障害者を支援する事をトレーニングされた動物である。サービスアニマルは同様に国や動物の役割に応じて、アシスタントアニマル、アシストアニマル、サポートアニマル若しくはヘルパーアニマルとも称される。犬は最も一般的なサービスアニマルであるが、サルや鳥、馬といった他の動物も記録されている。 (ja)
  • Service animals are animals that have been trained to perform tasks that assist people with disabilities. Service animals may also be referred to as assistance animals, assist animals, support animals, or helper animals depending on the country and the animal's function. Dogs are the most common service animals, assisting people in many different ways since at least 1927. Other animals such as monkeys, birds, and horses have also been documented. In places of public accommodation in the United States, only dogs (and in some cases miniature horses) are legally considered service animals. It is legal in certain states to have service "animals". For instance, in Montana all animals are allowed at state level. Many cats, birds, and even a wolf are working to help mitigate people's disabilities in Montana. It is also legal to train your own service animal in the United States. There is a broader definition for assistance animals under the US Fair Housing Act as well as a broader definition for service animals under the US Air Carrier Access Act. In the United States, prior to a revision of the Americans with Disabilities Act going into effect March 15, 2011 types of animals other than service dogs and miniature horses were protected at least on the Federal level; individual states could expand coverage. (en)
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  • サービスアニマルとは障害者を支援する事をトレーニングされた動物である。サービスアニマルは同様に国や動物の役割に応じて、アシスタントアニマル、アシストアニマル、サポートアニマル若しくはヘルパーアニマルとも称される。犬は最も一般的なサービスアニマルであるが、サルや鳥、馬といった他の動物も記録されている。 (ja)
  • Service animals are animals that have been trained to perform tasks that assist people with disabilities. Service animals may also be referred to as assistance animals, assist animals, support animals, or helper animals depending on the country and the animal's function. Dogs are the most common service animals, assisting people in many different ways since at least 1927. Other animals such as monkeys, birds, and horses have also been documented. (en)
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  • サービスアニマル (ja)
  • Service animal (en)
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