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The Doctors examine an incident of a woman's meltdown due to a service dog being in a restaurant that was caught on tape.
"I'm leaving because the food is nasty and there is a dog," the woman is heard yelling in a video. "It should be a separate section for [expletive] animals... it's disgusting to have an animal in a public restaurant."
The dog in question was a service animal for a veteran dealing with PTSD.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork reminds us, "Whether you like dogs or not, in that situation it's not a dog, that is a service provider and they are truly remarkable creatures when you see what they can actually learn to do."
The Doctors note that service animals are a right and restaurants and businesses have to allow them access.