Service Dog and Emotional Support Animal Registration

shop Dog Registration & Emotional Support Dogs shop This Text is For SEO Purpose It is important to register your dog so you can easily inform others that your dog is not a pet, but a working service dog . Along with our quick and easy process, we offer a variety of accessories including high quality leashes and vests. Your dog should wear to restaurants, hotels, apartments and air travel. Wearing these items at all times while out in public will help others identify your service dog. And can save you hundreds of dollars in “Pet Fees” each year

Service dogs are dogs that have been individually trained to perform a specific task for individuals who have disabilities. The disabilities can vary greatly, and so do the tasks that the service dogs perform. Service dogs can aid in navigation for people who are hearing- and visually impaired, assist an individual who is having a seizure, calm an individual who suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and even dial 911 in the event of an emergency. Many disabled individuals depend on them every day to help them live their everyday lives.


Important reminders while out in public:

  • Learn all the state and federal laws that pertain to you and your Service Dog or Emotional Support Animal to help you confidently and politely correct anybody denying you access.
  • Some people won’t be comfortable and supportive of you bringing your dog with you. Always try to be considerate of others. Just because you have legal protections, doesn’t mean you should abuse them.
  • If your dog is disruptive or poses a direct threat to anybody, you can be asked to leave. If your dog is not well mannered you should avoid public places and airplanes.
  • People will likely want to pet your dog. Strangers can make dogs nervous and it is always safest to not distract your working service animal from keeping you safe.
  • Refer to our Travel Guide and Housing Guide for more information on how to best live and travel with your Service Dog or Emotional Support Animals