Official Service Dog Kits

Public Access & Airline Approved

Quality Vests Tags & ID Cards

Proper Identification Is Key! Avoid Public Conflicts With Your Dog

Avoid Public Conflicts. Stop the Questions 

  • Restaurant Access
  • Hotel Access
  • Mall Access
  • Cruise Access
  • Airline Access
  • Supermarket Access
  • Theater Access
  • Taxi Cab Access

Other Places Such As Hospitals Nursing Homes Also Must Allow Full Access.

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We Help Protect Your Rights

Dogs really are man’s best friend and Service Dogs are more than a friend … They are a necessity for countless Americans who rely on their skills and support.  The federal government has made it illegal for others to stop you or your service dog from public places — But that doesn’t prevent people from trying to stop you from entrance into places like restaurants, theaters, taxi cabs, airlines and more.  Mostly, these folks are just unaware of the law or unaware of the valuable support your dog can give.

If you’ve ever wanted to bring your dog with you for Service, Support or Therapy, but were afraid of the questions, looks, and hassles — we have your solution!  Join us and get your Service Dog Kit.  Our expertly crafted kits have everything you need to clearly designate your need for a canine companion.  Freely go anywhere the general public is allowed — without problems — when you are equipped with the proper kit.

Everything You Need -- Without The Hassle

Our kits give you instant visibility, documented identification, and certified registration as a Service Dog Owner.  Each component is professionally designed to exceed requirements by the U.S. government.  Our Kits include:  An “official” dog vest that clearly designates your animal as a Service or Support Dog.  You also get full documentation with an official Service Dog ID Badge, Digital ID Card that easily uploads to any smartphone, a certificate of registration with SDO and more.

Travel freely and without worry of embarrassing questions.  Save time by avoiding delays and explanations.  Let your KIT do the talking and go anywhere — It’s your Right!

Avoid The Conflicts

While registration is not mandatory under law, many owners of Service Dogs Emotional Support Dogs and Therapy Dogs find it helpful to register their dog as an additional way to designate their animal’s special status. Many landlords and business owners request to see registration paperwork or other identification and even though such paperwork is not required under law, it is often easier to provide the requester with a registration document or ID  rather than argue the point or attempt to educate the person. Your dogs appearance and attire such as a service dog vest with identification will without a doubt avoid public doubt and conflicts about the validity of your service animal.

Know Your Rights

“Places of Public Accommodation”means:
  1. Inns, hotels, motels, or other places of lodging, except for establishments located within buildings that contain five or fewer rooms for rent or hire, and that are actually occupied by the proprietor as the proprietor’s residence;
  2. A restaurant, bar, cafeteria, lunchroom, lunch counter, soda fountain, casino, or other establishments serving food or drink, including any such facility located on the premises of any retail establishment;
  3. a gasoline station, or garage;
  4. A motion picture house, theater, billiard or pool hall, skating rink, swimming pool, concert hall, sports arena, stadium, amusement and recreation park, fair, or other place of exhibition or entertainment;
  5. An auditorium, convention center, lecture hall, or other place of public gathering;
  6. A bakery, grocery store, clothing store, hardware store, shopping center, or other sales or rental establishment;
  7. A laundromat, dry cleaner, bank, barber shop, beauty shop, travel service, shoe repair service, funeral parlor, office of an accountant or lawyer, pharmacy, insurance office, professional office of a health care provider, clinic, dispensary, hospital, or other service establishment;
  8. A terminal, depot, or other station used for specified public transportation,
  9. A museum, library, gallery, or other place of public display or collection;
  10. A park, zoo, amusement park, or other place of recreation;
  11. A nursery school or elementary, secondary, undergraduate, or postgraduate private school or other place of education;
  12. A day care center, senior citizen center, homeless shelter, food bank, adoption agency, or other social service center establishment;
  13. A gymnasium, health spa, bowling alley, golf course, or other place of exercise or recreation;
  14. Any other establishment or place to which the public is invited.
  15. Any establishment physically containing or contained within any of the establishments described in paragraphs
  16. i—xiv inclusive which holds itself out as serving patrons of the described establishment.

Who Qualifys?

Service Dogs,Emotional Support Dogs and Therapy Dogs can benefit people with disabilities associated with many diagnoses, including: Arthritis Ataxia (poor balance) Autism Blindness or Impaired Vision Deafness or Impaired Hearing Diabetes Cardio/Pulmonary Disease Cerebral Palsy Physical mobility Issues Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.) Psychiatric Disabilities Seizure Disorders (Epilepsy) Severe Allergy Alert Spina Bifida Spinal Cord/Head Trauma Stroke Anxiety Depression Bipolar disorder Mood disorder Fear/phobias Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Suicidal Thoughts/Tendencies Adjustment Disorder Generalized anxiety disorder Social anxiety disorder Panic disorder Separation anxiety Dissociative Disorders Factitious Disorders Eating Disorders Impulse-Control Disorders Mental Disorders Due to a General Medical

Right to Full and Equal Housing Accommodations.

  1. A Landlord may not refuse to rent, lease or sublet any housing accommodation solely because an assistance dogs will be residing with the prospective tenant of the housing accommodation.
  2. Places providing Housing accommodations shall make reasonable modifications in policies, practices and procedures including but not limited to allowing an “Individual with a disability” to be accompanied by an Assistance Dog, especially trained or being trained by that person without being required to pay an extra charge for the Assistance dog.
  3. A landlord may require proof that a dog is an assistance dog. A landlord shall accept as evidence that a dog is an assistance dog, identification cards, other written documentation, presence of harness or markings on harnesses, tags, or the credible verbal assurances of the disabled individual using the dog.
  4. Nothing herein shall be construed as requiring an owner of any housing accommodation to make any physical modifications to any property for the purpose of accommodating an assistance dog.

Violations – criminal penalties.

  1.  It is unlawful for any person, firm, corporation, or agent of any person, firm, or corporation to:
  2.  Withhold, deny, deprive, or attempt to withhold, deny or deprive any other persons of any of the rights or privileges secured in sections [] of this part;
  3.  Intimidate, threaten, coerce, or attempt to threaten, intimidate or coerce any other person to interfere with any of the rights or privileges secured by sections [] of this part;
  4. Punish or attempt to Punish any person for exercising or attempting to exercise any right or privilege secured by sections [] of this part;
  5. Interfere with an assistance dog or an assistance dog in training;
  6. Allow another dog to injure an assistance dog or an assistance dog in training.

Civil Penalties

  1. Any person who violates any provision of this part shall be liable to the person whose rights were affected for actual damages for economic loss to be recovered in a civil action in a court in the county where the infringement of rights occurred or where the defendant resides.
  2. In any action commenced pursuant to this section, a court may award reasonable attorney fees and costs.