In McDonald v. Department of Envtl. Quality, the Montana Supreme Court reversed a trial court’s ruling that an employer has no duty to provide accommodations regarding service animals, reasoning that “if a disabled employee’s assistive device is not usable in the workplace, then allowing her to bring the assistive device to work is pointless.” The court remanded the case to determine whether the employee’s request for new non-skid floor coverings to prevent her service dog from slipping, which would have cost the employer between $1,500 to $8,000, constituted a reasonable accommodation.