Retail food establishments frequently asked questions : pets and other animals
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South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
SubjectPublic health laws--South Carolina; Restaurants--South Carolina--Sanitation; Grocery trade--South Carolina--Sanitation; Animals as aids for people with disabilities--Law and legislation--South Carolina
This paper answers these questions: Are pets or comfort animals allowed in restaurants & grocery stores? ; What is a “service animal”? ; Can I take a pet or any comfort animal into a store that has a large pet supply section but also has a grocery or deli section on the other side of the store? ; Does South Carolina allow “pet friendly” dining? ; Can any animals be in a food preparation area? ; How do I report a pet in a retail food establishment or a "fake" service dog?
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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