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Welcome to Service Dog Certifications

Register your Service Dog with us! Their information will be available on our records for future verification. You will be able access to this information from any device, including your PC, smartphone, tablet, or laptop.

You can also purchase an ID Card from our website, in case you would like to have a convenient and easy-to-carry document that helps identify your dog as a service animal. If your order is time-sensitive, you can opt for expedited delivery, available for both digital and physical formats.

• Nationally Recognized Service Animal Identification protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
and the Federal & Provincial Human Rights Laws in Canada;
• Full Public Access;
• Recognized by Housing Pet Policies;
• No Breed Limitations.


Service Dog Identification Card

Service Dog Certificate

Service Dog Identification

Please provide the service dog's name, the name of the handler, email address and a photo of the service dog (note: the information entered below must be exactly as you want it to appear on the ID card).

(File types accepted: jpg, png, gif, bmp: max file size = 10 MB)

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USD $ 79.98 USD $ 149.99

Assistance/Service Dog Certification

All information regarding service dogs registered with us will be maintained in our records.

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a dog must be individually trained to do specific work or perform specific tasks for the benefit of an individual with a physical and/or mental disability to be recognized as a service animal.

Due to the specialized training that service animals undergo, they are considered medical equipment and not pets. Therefore, they are entitled to access to public places, even if those run a “no pets” policy.

The service dog documentation (certificate and ID Card) that you will receive from our school is very convenient to carry and can be easily attached to your dog’s collar or displayed on your phone. We would recommend that you carry your service dog’s certificate and ID Card when visiting public places with them.