The University Of Minnesota Plans To Limits Pets

University of Minnesota Bans Pets
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One of the top universities in the world, the University of Minnesota plans to introduce a policy that would prevent pets from entering the buildings.

Except for service animals, all pets including emotional-support animals would also be banned.

The policy permits exceptions for animals that receive medical aid on campus, animals working as NCAA mascots, and animals used during instruction.

The Chief of Staff Rohman says pets can be a problem if they lunge, bark, or attend nature’s call on campus.

Mr. Rohman said, “The campus will be free from pets as most people prefer that”.

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