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Last June on Summit there were several dogs.  In all cases they were better behaved than most of the children on board.  

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On 3/17/2019 at 6:56 PM, Naughty&Nautical said:

http://www.rclcorporate.com/yes-dogs-are-welcome-on-rcl-ships-but-not-just-any-dogs/

 

We will all see more than dogs soon. I’m going to have a friend bring her duck & mini horse, it’s allowed. You can all snap pictures & make comments all you want. She doesn’t leave home without at least the duck. I’ve ordered the pool for the room. Being delivered right to the ship 🌞 

Captain K has her cat & refused to do Europe without it. They are trying to change laws. But she’s got an iron clad contract  for big things anyway for the future. 

 

Just an FYI, only dogs and in some cases miniature horses are Service animals. , no other animals according to the US Justice Department.   

 

https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htm

 

Big difference from someone bring an animal on board for a week and an employee bringing one on for the length of her contract.  That is just a really weak argument. 

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7 hours ago, dkjretired said:

 

Just an FYI, only dogs and in some cases miniature horses are Service animals. , no other animals according to the US Justice Department.   

 

https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htm

 

Big difference from someone bring an animal on board for a week and an employee bringing one on for the length of her contract.  That is just a really weak argument. 

Whatever- Look up the definition of "ADA" & "US". What do these have to do with ships registered in Malta & Nassau???  No need for an argument when you attach a link from 2010. LMAO!
Have you been on EDGE? If in a walker or chair- many areas/ decks are not even accessible and clearly don't need to be in RCI's opinion. People are lucky to get handicapped rooms. #facts

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10 hours ago, Stateroom_Sailor said:

Time to get more RCCL pet lovers to cross over to X.

 

 

 

Oh dear, that could have had a nasty ending 😮.

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5 hours ago, Naughty&Nautical said:

Whatever- Look up the definition of "ADA" & "US". What do these have to do with ships registered in Malta & Nassau???  No need for an argument when you attach a link from 2010. LMAO!
Have you been on EDGE? If in a walker or chair- many areas/ decks are not even accessible and clearly don't need to be in RCI's opinion. People are lucky to get handicapped rooms. #facts

 

:The link is as valid today as it was in 2010 and most cruise lines including Celebrity adhere to ADA.  Get your facts straight.  We are talking about service animals not handicapped rooms

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On 2/7/2019 at 5:52 AM, Travelicious said:

Clicked on the thread title expecting to see Dog the Bounty Hunter.  

Yes me too. Would be really funny picturing him in a different outfit each day in a stroller 😛

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