Blind Man’s Service Dog Attacked by ‘Fake’ Service Dog on Sacramento Train

KTLA | 10/9/2017 | Tribune Media Wire
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A California man is upset after his service dog was attacked by another passenger's "fake" service dog on the Sacramento Light Rail.

Michael Kelly is blind and gets around using his certified seeing eye dog Kie, who is trained to remain calm in chaotic situations.

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“I didn’t want a cane," Kelly told KTLA sister station KTXL. "When people see me go by with my dog, it’s a totally different vibe."

The incident happened just over a week ago at the Regional Transit Station at 16th and Q streets in midtown Sacramento. Kelly said just as they got on the light rail a pit bull lunged toward Kie and locked it’s jaw onto Kie's snout.

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"There was a pit bull on his face just latched on,” Kelly explained. "My dog started screaming."

Kelly said the pit bull's owner...
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