Nathan Schneck, taking his service dog Husker out for a walk on Sunday, was left totally blind following injuries sustained in an automobile accident in 2002. DAVE ANGELL — FOR THE MACOMB DAILY
Reposted from an online story By Mitch Hotts, The Macomb Daily
The manager of the Grand Azteca restaurant in Fraser says he did not fully understand federal law relating to service dogs when he told the Schnecks that other customers were complaining about a dog being inside the restaurant on Friday night. DAVE ANGELL — FOR THE MACOMB DAILY
A Fraser man who lost his sight in an automobile accident 13 years ago says he was stunned when a manager of an area Mexican restaurant asked him to remove his service dog because it made other customers uncomfortable.
Nathan Schneck and his wife, Stacy, had just placed their beverage order Friday night at the Grand Azteca when…
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