I live in an apartment currently. I recently got a dog for help with my depression and its been working wonderfully, better then most meds have in the past. I have clinincal depression and often suicidal, however now the landlords may make me give up my dog because its going to be 10 lbs. heavier then they like. Does my depression give me any rights to keep it. Like a disability right? I have seen the same kind of labrador here for someone in a wheelchair. I dont want to use this methoed but i dont want to loose my friend. Any advice would greatly help my problem
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