This original video by Rooted in Rights explains the responsibilities of business owners in relation to service and companion animals in Washington state. The video is 9 minutes and 34 seconds in length, and is captioned and audio-described.
Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is Washington's legal aid program for low income persons. NJP provides free legal information, advice, limited assistance, representation, community education, outreach and other community based advocacy. NJP is part of a coalition that maintains the WashingtonLawHelp website, which offers links to legal information and resources on a wide variety of topics.
The Northwest Americans with Disabilities Act (NWADA) center provides information about the rights of a service animal user, the laws that protect the rights of a person who uses a service animal, and questions a public entity is permitted to ask. It also provides links to further webpages with information about service animals and the rights of people with disabilities who use service animals at work and in public places.