U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Wonder the Service Dog

Today the U.S. Supreme Court handed down the decision of Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools. According to the court’s opinion, the case arose after a child (referred to as “E.F.”) with cerebral palsy wanted to enter kindergarten with her service dog, a goldendoodle named Wonder. Wonder had been trained to retrieve dropped items, open and close doors, turn on and off lights, help E.F. take off her coat, and help E.F. with balancing and mobility issues. Continue reading “U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Wonder the Service Dog”