“Service animal” means any guide dog, signal dog or other animal individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including guiding individuals with impaired vision, alerting individuals with impaired hearing to intruders or sounds, providing assistance in a medical crisis, pulling a wheelchair or fetching dropped items.
R. S. § 11-1024
“Service animal” means an animal that has completed a formal training program, that assists its owner in one or more daily living tasks that are associated with a productive lifestyle and that is trained to not pose a danger to the health and safety of the general public.
Any person or entity that operates a public place shall not discriminate against individuals with disabilities who use service animals.
Any trainer or individual with a disability may take an animal being trained as a service animal to a public place for purposes of training subject to exceptions in law.
Violation is a class 2 misdemeanor.
Law has exception for zoos or wild animal parks where service animals may come into direct contact with the animals.
R. S. § 11-1024
Per A.R.S. § 13-2910, a person commits cruelty to animals if the person does any of the following:
The driver of a vehicle approaching a legally blind pedestrian who is using a service animal shall yield the right-of-way and take reasonable precautions to avoid injury to the pedestrian and the service animal. A driver who violates this subsection is liable for damages for any injury caused to the pedestrian or the service animal. Also a class 2 misdemeanor.
R.S. § 13-2910