A doctor has been dropped by an agency over a blind man’s claims that his guide dog was barred entry to a medical appointment. Colin Clarke said he was told labradoodle Vicky would have to stay outside while he attended an assessment with his partially-sighted partner. The 31-year-old said he was eventually allowed into the meeting after telling the doctor it was against the law to exclude guide dogs. But he said was furious to be told he and Vicky would have to “sit at the back”. The incident happened when Colin accompanied Jennifer Bell, 26, to an appointment in Falkirk this month. She was being assessed for an injury suffered on a bus. Colin reported the incident to the agency who employed the meddic. Doctors Chambers, a national company who provide medical evidence, said the doctor gave a different version of events. But they said they will no longer be working with the self-employed medic as a result of Colin’s claims. Colin, who has been registered blind since birth, said: “When he said I couldn’t come in because of the dog, I challenged him. He begrudgingly said I could come in but said I should sit at the back of the room.” A Doctors Chambers spokesman said: “We have taken the allegations very seriously. “We have asked the guide dogs charity for literature to send to our examiners to further ensure they are aware of how they should work with guide dogs and their owners.