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Are service dogs allowed to sit in person's lap while dining at a social event?

Are service dogs allowed to sit in person's lap while dining at a social event?

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They are usually to big for that. But if you want them to nobody's going to arrest you for it.

I have a small (12 lb) Diabetic Alert Service Dog.  While food and dessert are on the table or people are still eating I DO NOT allow Esperannza to sit on my lap.  When everyone has finished eating and I am just enjoying the festivities I do allow her on my lap but I NEVER allow her to touch the table

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