The OP writes
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One of the OP's roommates lied about being allergic just because she doesn’t want a dog around
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Can she get something a bit smaller?
One of them should get the option of moving out
An Emotional Support animal might really help the roommate with her mental health
They all entered the arrangement with the situation of being animal free
Another Redditor asking if the roommate can get another support animal
This Redditor had this to tell someone who thought the OP should seek legal advice:
She's not looking for legal advice though, she's looking for relationship advice on how to handle this situation that will potentially blow up the household.
Even if it is legal, bringing a dog into a house where everyone agreed on no dogs is a massively asshole thing to do.
A word of warning from someone who also doesn't like living with animals
Having a cat can be very helpful for their owner's mental health
The only thing that isn't guaranteed is housing and sometimes flying
Emotional Support Dogs are not covered by ADA, according to this Redditor
The security of having an ESA around can help people de-stress even more, which is good for everyone's well-being. The OP says that in order for one roommate to buy out their individual lease, it would be $7,200, so breaking a lease is not really an option for either one.
They all live in a college town that has a severe housing shortage, so drop your advice for the OP in the comments below.