'There was a pit bull on his face': Blind man's Seeing Eye dog is attacked by a 'fake' service dog on board a train

Mail Online | 10/10/2017 | Snejana Farberov For Dailymail.com
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A vision-impaired California man says his certified Seeing Eye dog was attacked and bitten on the nose by a pit bull that was being passed off as a service dog by its owner.

The incident took place just over a week ago as Michael Kelly was traveling on board the Sacramento Light Rail with his four-legged companion, a German shepherd named Kie.

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Kelly and Kie were at the Regional Transit Station at 16th and Q streets in midtown Sacramento when another passenger's pooch allegedly attacked the service dog and mauled its snout.

'There was a pit bull on his face just latched on,' Kelly told the station Fox 40. 'My dog started crying.'

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When confronted by Kelly about the attack, the owner of the pit bull allegedly claimed that the canine was also a service dog.

Police that responded to the scene reminded the owner of the pit bull that there were surveillance cameras at...
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