Service Dog Causes Popular Disney Ride to Come to a Halt

There have been so many videos all around social media both at Walt Disney World and Disneyland where fights have been happening all over the property and it is total madness.

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There’s also been some heartwarming and touching videos and even some funny ones. This would go under the category of funny.

Service animals are always welcomed at Walt Disney World. There are some attractions they are allowed to ride on and some that it is just not safe, and they need to sit it out. Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway is one of those rides that your four legged service animal can ride with you.

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Obviously, rides like Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith or Space Mountain would not be safe for your service animal. If it’s a coaster type ride, it is safe to assume that your little friend will have to wait for you at the exit. More family friendly rides, though, are safe for your best friend.

Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway (Credit: Disney)

A Guest brought her service dog Ezzie on the ride as it suddenly came to a halt. An announcement kept coming over the loudspeaker saying to sit right in the seats, face forward and underneath a lap bar. This Cast Member must have thought that Ezzie was a person.


just being a good girl and giving Disney workers heart attacks 🤣 #disneyworld #servicedog #notachild

♬ original sound – Kelci Grupe

Cast Members watch security videos during the ride, so don’t think that you aren’t being seen by authority just because you are on an attraction. All the time, rides will stop because of a Guest doing something they’re not supposed to on a ride. In this case, the Cast Member was just doing their job, they thought it was a child, and it could have been dangerous if it was.

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Remember, only service animals are allowed at any of the theme parks. Some Walt Disney World Resorts now are pet friendly, though, but they will have to sit out the theme park day.

Credit: Disney

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