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Service Dog Handler ID Service Dog Handler ID

Handler & K9 Service Dog Identification Cards

Part # 701226

Price: $19.99

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ID Information Form
Billing Name
Handler's Information
Handler's Name
Upload Handler Photo
City
State
Zip
Phone # (optional)
Dog's Information
Dog's Name
Upload Dog Photo

The Service Dog Handler ID is made from heavy duty 30ml plastic, the same as most state issued ID cards. A professional resin thermal encoder machine is used in printing the ID to create a professional looking, durable and long lasting card. The card is laminated on both sides for extra durability.

Service Dog Handler ID has the ADA (American with Disabilities Act) information on the back of the ID. This information addresses your rights and protects your full access required by law to public buildings.

There is a slot at the top of the badge which allows you to fasten with a clip, split ring, or lanyard.

To send us your dog’s photo and your information, please enter the information on the ID Information Form. Photo shots of your head are best, but we will edit (as best we can) another photo.

**This ID is for Service Dog Only**

Provides easy identification for you and your service dog

Size: 3.5"L x 2"W

Available in Horizontal or Vertical style

 

Service Dogs: A person must be legally disabled and their dog must perform a task for them. The handler has public access rights with a Service Dog and they are protected under Federal ADA Law, and are allowed access to public property with their Service Dog.
Emotional Support Dogs: A person must have a note from a licensed mental health professional in order to legally have an ESA dog. These dogs provide an increased comfort level for their owner, particularly in social situations. These dogs do not have ADA public access rights but they are allowed to fly with their owners and qualify for no-pet housing.
Therapy Dogs: A trained dog that meets the needs of others such as; visiting nursing homes, hospitals, schools, etc while doing pet therapy work. The handlers do not have ADA public access rights with Therapy Dogs and must have permission from an establishment to enter.

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