A Service Dog in Training ID Card helps to identify your animal as a dog that is being trained as a service animal and is not a pet. Federal law does NOT require you have service dog ID in Training card. But if you do have a service dog you know that many out there are not knowledgeable about the ADA laws with respect to service dogs, and taking your dog with you can be hassle as a result. At the store, or the post office or even in the airport, having your animal's ID prominently displayed on his collar is an inexpensive way to help keep your day flowing smoothly. Service Dog ID cards are an optional way of identifying your service animal to members of the public, just like service dog patches or vests. Tags have some advantages over vests - they are lightweight and don't require the dog to wear a vest that can be hot. They also can be easily taken off and stored when not needed.
Service Animal in Training ID Cards can accommodate any size dog. The Large animal set consists of 2 large plastic credit-card sized tags. The Small animal set is three small tags plus one large tag. You will have the opportunity to specify your animal's size when you order.
Typically it takes 1 business day to complete your order once we receive your completed order and dog's photo.
The Service Dog in Training ID Cards will have a full color picture in order to identify your working animal, so a clear picture of your animal will be needed. If you need information on what type of picture would work best, simply contact us and we'll be happy to assist you.
By completing this purchase, you are affirming that your dog meets the requirements of a service dog and that the dog is being specifically trained to mitigate the disability of its owner. Misusing these ID cards is illegal and punishable by law.