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August 3, 2016, Breitbart published a lead story that caught The Old Man’s attention.
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From WUSA in Virginia comes the story of disabled Navy Veteran Heather Diaz, who has been hassled by two restaurants in the past week because of her service dog, Brinkley.
Diaz is susceptible to migraine headaches and anxiety attacks, which Brinkley can detect and stave off. “He’s helped lower my blood pressure. My blood pressure was 140/84. And after 30 days with him, it dropped to 107/70,” she said.
In the first troubling incident of the week, Diaz was asked to leave the Genghis Grill in Chantilly, VA, because of her dog. As she recalled the conversation: “The manager’s name is Juan. He came up to me and said, ‘You need to leave. Dogs are not allowed. And I said, ‘He is a service dog.’ And he said, ‘I don’t care.’”
Read the compelling rest of the story at WUSA in Virginia
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