Reply To: Can I take my emotional support dog to work?
Allowing an individual with a disability to have a service animal or an emotional support animal accompany them to work may be considered an accommodation. But it’s important to register it properly at Emotional Support Animal Registration. Both service and emotional support animals may be excluded from the workplace if they pose either an undue hardship or a direct threat to the workplace. Your employer can deny your request to have your service animal at work if it would create an undue hardship. Some employers have concerns that allowing a worker to bring a service dog would create an undue hardship because other workers have severe allergies to dogs.