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Sweets, the miniature horse (photo) that lives in California, was allowed on a commuter train next to her owner because she is an aid animal

Running on the BART! Pony named Sweets takes a ride on a train in San Francisco

  • Sweets, the miniature horse, was allowed on Tuesday with her owner on the commuter train
  • Horse acts as a servant animal of its owner, according to transit agency BART
  • In a tweet, BART said the owner had provided paperwork to a Rockridge station agent stating that the horse was an aid animal
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Sweets, the miniature horse living in California, was allowed on a commuter train next to her owner because she is an aid animal.

According to BART, which offers train services throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, the owner of Sweets had the right documentation needed to get her on the train at Rockridge station on Tuesday.

In a tweet, BART wrote: & # 39; This mini-horse is an aid animal and the owner has provided paperwork to a station agent stating that & # 39 ;.

Sweets, the miniature horse (photo) that lives in California, was allowed on a commuter train next to her owner because she is an aid animal

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Sweets, the miniature horse (photo) that lives in California, was allowed on a commuter train next to her owner because she is an aid animal

According to BART, which offers train services throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, the owner of Sweets had the right documentation needed to get her on the train at Rockridge station on Tuesday

According to BART, which offers train services throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, the owner of Sweets had the right documentation needed to get her on the train at Rockridge station on Tuesday

According to BART, which offers train services throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, the owner of Sweets had the right documentation needed to get her on the train at Rockridge station on Tuesday

Photos of the well-behaved miniature horse taken by other commuters quickly made their round on social media

Photos of the well-behaved miniature horse taken by other commuters quickly made their round on social media

Photos of the well-behaved miniature horse taken by other commuters quickly made their round on social media

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& # 39; After consultation (station agents usually do not see horses), the horse was allowed to & # 39 ;, is the tweet.

& # 39; Trained assistance animals that help people with disabilities and on a leash are welcome on BART, & # 39; the transport agency added.

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Sweets and her owner were on their way to Oakland from San Francisco when they boarded the train.

Photos of the well-behaved miniature horse taken by other commuters quickly made their rounds on social media.

& # 39; Forget emotional assistance dogs … in SF we have emotional support MINI HORSES, & # 39; tweeted a person.

Another wrote: & # 39; BART had a big delay tonight, but I would do it all over again if I could see this pony. & # 39;

Meanwhile, others poke fun on the horse being allowed on the train. & # 39; This is great news. I now continue and complete my paperwork for my trained service buffalo, & one person wrote

Meanwhile, others poke fun on the horse being allowed on the train. & # 39; This is great news. I now continue and complete my paperwork for my trained service buffalo, & one person wrote

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Meanwhile, others poke fun on the horse being allowed on the train. & # 39; This is great news. I now continue and complete my paperwork for my trained service buffalo, & one person wrote

MADE MY DAY! So cuuuttttteeee! Is it bringing your miniature horse on a BART day? & # 39; a third user tweeted.

Meanwhile, others poke fun on the horse being allowed on the train.

& # 39; This is great news. I now continue and complete my paperwork for my trained service buffalo, & one person wrote.

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Another person shared: & # 39; I like my picture of this grill better & # 39;

Since the American With Disabilities Act was revised in 2010 to recognize miniature horses in addition to dogs as assistance animals, there is an increase in miniature horses that serve in this capacity.

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