Service and Emotional Support Animals in Housing
Individuals with service and emotional support animals have the right to housing that is free from discrimination.
Landlords cannot discriminate against tenants on the basis of disability under the Minnesota Human Rights Act. In many situations, landlords must allow service animals or emotional support animals into their rental properties, regardless of general policies about pets.
If you believe you have been unlawfully denied a reasonable accommodation for a service or emotional support animal or experienced other discrimination in housing, report the alleged discrimination.