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Ok, if you can contact her doctor or psychiatrist/psychologist and get a "prescription" then you could consider the dog an ESA, which is not considered a pet, but rather an "assistive aid", like a wheelchair. With that said, since it wouldn't be considered a pet, it wouldn't fall under the same rules as pets for the development. So you could threaten to sue them under the Fair Housing Act for discrimination based on your daughter's disability if they tried to force you to get rid of the dog.
Further, considering that the other party hasn't raised any issues and it is simply people who are reacting in fear of what might happen, I think that you could successfully challenge any action by the Board if they tried to evict. Now if it happened again, ESA or not, I think that they could force you to get rid of the dog because it would have shown a propensity towards violence to other dogs..
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