Frank William Estrada Jr., his family, and his service dog, Lulu, were recently asked to leave a restaurant in West Yellowstone.
“I looked, I didn’t see my family, so I walked straight to the door, opened up, and there they were. And I said, ‘What’s going on?’ And they said, ‘They kicked us out—they kicked us out because of Lulu,” Estrada said.
Estrada, a military veteran, returned to the restaurant to talk with the employee, with Lulu, to explain that she was a service dog. Eventually, Estrada left the premises.
“We want to inform,” Estrada said. “There’s a lot of people out there who bring their yappy dog and they have the vest. That doesn’t make it a service dog—the training does.”
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