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CHICAGO — A restaurant in Chicago is apologizing for kicking out a military veteran because he had a service dog with him.

Maj. Diggs Brown, from Fort Collins, Colorado, was in town participating in a walk for veterans with disabilities.

Brown uses Arthur Barker Black, a black Lab service dog, for his post-traumatic stress disorder.

He went to Cochon Volant in the Loop on Saturday and says a manager told him he couldn’t come in with his dog.

Brown was seated after explaining it was a service dog. But then, another employee told him to leave.

Brown said he got a hot dog at the airport instead.

The restaurant has since apologized, and Brown accepted.

The restaurant also made a donation to the organization that trained Brown’s service dog.