Fairley Chun-Choi has been blind since he had a fire cracker accident at the age of five. He gets around very well, however, with the help of his trained service dog, Absinthe. Fairley plans marry soon and move into his fiancée's apartment building, which has a "no pets" house rule. Which is true? (A) The house rule against pets is discriminatory and must be deleted. (B) As long as they live on the first floor and Absinthe does not have to use the elevator, the landlord must allow Fairley and his dog to move in. (C) The "no pets" rule does not apply to trained service dogs like Absinthe. The landlord must allow them to move in. (D) Not only must the landlord allow Fairley and Absinthe to move in, but he must make accommodations for Absinthe to enter and exit their apartment by way of a doggie door.
C. The "no pets" rule does not apply to trained service dogs like Absinthe. The landlord must allow them to move in.