ABOVE: Remme, a student’s service dog in a general chemistry teaching laboratory at the University of California, Davis.

When a student with a service animal chooses to take a laboratory course, she should contact the institution’s disability services office to help arrange accommodations. In consultation with the faculty and staff in charge of the lab sessions, the case worker and student can devise a plan to ensure the safety of everyone involved.

Laboratory accommodations for service dogs

Training a service dog for a laboratory environment

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