Service Dog Registration

Service Dog

Service Dogs are specifically trained to assist people with disabilities. With a registered service dog, you will be granted full access to housing, air travel, and public areas without restrictions or fees.

$0.30 PER DAY

How It Works




Your Animal will be Registered with The US National Registry


Receive your Registration Certificate & ID Card for Immediate Use

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50 States


Includes Registration
Certificate & ID card


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Service Dog Registration
Rental Benefits

No Pet Deposit

SAVE $500

Federal Law requires that landlords must waive pet deposits for Service Animals.

No Annual Pet Rent

SAVE $1200

Tenants with Service Animals are exempt from all monthly pet fees.

No Breed Restrictions

Landlords cannot deny your Service Animal based on its breed. Registered Service Animals override any breed restrictions & no pet policies.

No Weight Limits

Service Animals can be any breed or weight. Landlords must waive any policies restricting pets based on their weight or size.


Official Service Dog Registrations are affordable and will protect you from unreasonable pet deposits and airline fees.

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Registering Your Dog

Registering your dog is an important first step because it informs the public that your pet is more than a pet. They are a working service dog. In conjunction with our simple, hassle free registration process, we also offer a wide variety of accessories in our shop. These include high quality vests and leashes that clearly indicate your dog’s status as a SERVICE DOG. Your dog should wear these identifiers anytime you go to restaurants, hotels, apartments and travel on an airplane.


What is a service dog?

What is a service dog?

Service Dogs are dogs that have been trained to complete a specific task for individuals who suffer from disability. The disabilities that people suffer from vary, which is why the tasks that they perform vary as well. Common tasks include: Navigation for the hearing and vision impaired; Interrupting seizures; and calming individuals during panic attacks.

What rights do I have with my service dog?

What rights do I have with my service dog?

Service dog owners are protected under Federal Law. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) states that individuals with disabilities are entitled to a service dog to help with any tasks they may have difficulty completing. Under the ADA, disabled individuals are permitted to bring their service dogs with them to public places, including restaurants, hotels, housing complexes, and even in air travel.

How do I let the public know that my dog is a registered service dog?

How do I let the public know that my dog is a registered service dog?

That’s easy! Service dog owners identify their dog as a service dog by having them wear a service dog vest and/or patch. This lets everyone know that their dog is a working service dog and is not just an ordinary pet. This is important because without the service dog vest, owners have no way of communicating their dog’s status as a Service Dog to the public. It is also important to remember that many businesses, such as airlines, will want to see a service dog’s vest and identification card as a form of proof for when you travel.

What disabilities qualify for a service dog?

What disabilities qualify for a service dog?

Here is a list of some common disabilities that individuals with service dogs have:

  • Mobility Issues (Including Paralysis)
  • Sensory Issues (Blindness, Hearing Loss, Loss of Smell,etc.)
  • Diabetes
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Cancer
  • Autism
  • Epilepsy
  • Post-Traumatic Stress
  • Anxiety Attacks
  • Arthritis
Do you have a disability that qualifies you for a service dog?

Do you have a disability that qualifies you for a service dog?

If you are suffering from any of the disabilities listed above, or any other disability that prevents you from living a fully functional life, then you are eligible to register your dog as a service dog. Difficulty with everyday life tasks such as seeing, hearing, standing, walking, eating, sleeping, thinking, and even speaking makes you eligible for a service dog under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

What information are you required to disclose about your service dog?

What information are you required to disclose about your service dog?

Under Federal Law, you are not allowed to be asked what your disability is that allows you to have a service dog. That information is private and you do not have to disclose it to anyone if you are asked. The only information that you may be legally asked is if your dog is a service dog and what task they are trained to assist you with. That’s it. You are not obligated to disclose any specifics concerning your disability or illness.

What rights are you entitled to when living with your service dog?

What rights are you entitled to when living with your service dog?

There are two laws that protect service dog owners from discriminatory housing practices. The Fair Housing Act (FHA) protects people from discrimination when they are renting or buying a home, getting a mortgage, seeking housing assistance, or engaging in other housing-related activities. Under this law, service dogs must be permitted, even if there is a “no pet” policy. Under the FHAA, landlords are required to provide reasonable accommodations and thereby, equal opportunities, to use and enjoy housing regardless of breed or weight.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) gives individuals the right to live with their service dog regardless of any building or residences with a no pet policy. The ADA clearly states that a service dog is not considered a pet because it is required for daily life functions and activities. Building managers or landlords may not reject your application due to a pet policy nor may they require you to submit any pet deposits or fees for your Service Dog.

What rights are you entitled to when flying with your service dog?

What rights are you entitled to when flying with your service dog?

The two laws that protect services dog owners from discriminatory policies from airlines are the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA). Under these laws, owners are permitted to travel with their service dogs by their side on airplanes without any additional fees.

Service dog Registration

Service dog Registration