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Last Updated on May 10, 2021 by Katy Baker
Home Depot is a large home improvement retailer in the US that provides tools, construction supplies and services. They have been known for amazing costumer service. But how about pets policy? Are dogs allowed in Home Depot?
Most retailers don’t allow pets in their stores. However, what if you’re a disabled person? If so, you are allowed to bring your service dog with you — according to the American with Disabilities Act.
However, non-service dogs might be allowed in some Home Depot locations
Some costumer reviews only suggest that some Home Depot stores are, in fact, pet friendly. That is however not corporate policy. Therefore you should check the reviews online yourself. It’s easy to find out if dogs are allowed in a store near you. You can also check with a Home Depot representative.
Make sure your dog is on a leash
Even if you are allowed to bring your dog with you to Home Depot, he will still have to be on a leash or carried in a cart if possible. If your dog displays aggressive behaviors, pees or poops in the store, be sure that you’ll be kicked out. If your dog, however, is well trained and can remain calm in public spaces, bringing him to Home Depot will be completely fine.
While cats and dogs are both tolerated in some stores, no store will tolerate you bringing exotic animals. Also if your pet damages any materials in the store – you will be requested to pay a refund.
the store due to its open space nature.
Are service dogs allowed in all Home Depot stores without any restrictions?
Home Depot officially recognized service dogs as working animals and they are completely allowed in any Home Depot store without any restrictions.
Service dogs are trained to assist a person with physical or mental disabilities.The staff at the Home Depot stores are reported to comply with ADA and provide assistance to many customers.