Service Dog Certificate & Registration comes with a digital/printable ID card and certificate that is searchable in our registry
, just use your registration id number.
Service Dog Digital ID
- Apple Wallet and Google Wallet ID for your service dog.
- Digital PDF of service dog ID card with front and back side to print at home and keep in your wallet
- PDF is available for immediate download, so you can save it to your computer and print as many copies as needed
- ID card includes handler name and city of registration, animal name and date of birth, registration number and date of registration
- Backside includes explanation of ADA access laws for easy reference in public situations
- Scannable QR code, registration number, and website are included on backside to conveniently access ID-lookup information online
- Physical copy is not included
- Digital service dog certificate declares that you have registered your animal as a Service Animal. It can be saved, shared, emailed, and printed.
- Dimensions: Letter size (11×8.5″)
- PDF ready for printing or sharing of service dog certificate
- Includes Registration ID number on front of service dog certificate
- Information at the bottom provides direction for businesses or landlords to validate the information
- Registration never expires of service dog certificate
- Physical copy is not included
Service Dog Letter
- A letter explaining your need for an service dog and why you should be accomodated.
- Dimension (8.5″x11″)
- PDF ready for printing or sharing
The American Disability Act defines a service dog as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. Many people with disabilities use a service animal in order to fully participate in everyday life. Dogs can be trained to perform many important tasks to assist people with disabilities, such as providing stability for a person who has difficulty walking, picking up items for a person who uses a wheelchair, preventing a child with autism from wandering away, or alerting a person who has hearing loss when someone is approaching from behind.
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, businesses and organizations that serve the public must allow people with disabilities to bring their service animals into all areas of the facility where customers are normally allowed to go. This federal law applies to all businesses open to the public, including restaurants, hotels, taxis and shuttles, grocery and department stores, hospitals and medical offices, theaters, health clubs, parks, and zoos.
Business are not permitted to ask individuals with disabilities to remove their service animal from the premises unless:
- the animal is out of control and the animal’s owner does not take effective action to control it (for example, a dog that barks repeatedly during a movie); or
- the animal poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others.
Individuals with disabilities may be asked:
- if an animal is a service animal; and/or
- what tasks the animal has been trained to perform
Accordingly, Individuals with disabilities often choose to voluntarily identify their service animals in an online registry and carry physical identifiers such as service dog ID cards, and service dog certificates.
Service Dog Certificate & Registration comes with a digital/printable ID card and certificate that is searchable in our registry, just use your registration id number.