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National Service Animal Registry

Pet Registration

USA Service Animal Registration

Do not save on a friend - give the support status of your pet
Animal Training
Type of Animal
Partial list of disabilities covered
Permission to take on the flight
Allowed in pet restricted housing. Waived.
No extra pet deposit & No rent fee
Laws

SERVICE ANIMAL Registration
$42

ID card & online registration
Service Animal is a Dog (or Miniature Horses) that provides service to an individual with a disability like pulling a wheelchair, medical alert, PTSD, seizure alert and more.
You will be able to confirm registration only online in our database
$24
More details
Service dog
Animal Training Service Dog must perform a task for an owner with a disability or medical condition
Type of Animal Dogs and Miniature Horses
Partial list of disabilities covered Disability does not have to be visible: Alerting To Sounds; Autism; Diabetic Alert; Hearing Alert; High Blood Pressure; Mobility; Pain Management; Physical / Mental Disabilities / PTSD Seizures; Epilepsy; Multiple Sclerosis; Visual Impairment
Permission to take on the flight
Allowed in pet restricted housing. Waived
No extra pet deposit & No rent fee
Laws • Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) • Air Carrier Access Act

EMOTIONAL
SUPPORT ANIMAL
Registration
$42

ID card & online registration
An ESA animal that can provide emotional and therapeutic benefit to those suffering with emotional disability, anxiety or psychiatric disability.
You will be able to confirm registration only online in our database
$24
More details
Emotional support animal
Animal Training Not requeired
Type of Animal Any Animal
Partial list of disabilities covered Anxiety
Bi-Polar
Depression
Eating Disorders
Emotional / Psychological
Mood Disorders
Phobias
Separation Disorder
Social Anxiety
Substance Abuse
Permission to take on the flight with note from doctor / mental health provider
Allowed in pet restricted housing. Waived with note from doctor / mental health provider
No extra pet deposit & No rent fee with note from doctor / mental health provider
Laws • Fair Housing Amendments Act • Air Carrier Access Act

THERAPY ANIMAL Registration
$39

ID card & online registration
A Therapy dog is trained to provide affection and comfort to those in hospitals, schools, nursing homes etc.
You will be able to confirm registration only online in our database
$22
More details
Therapy animal
Animal Training Must have good social skills and not be aggressive
Animal Training Any Animal
Type of Animal Not Required
Partial list of disabilities covered
Allowed in pet restricted housing. Waived
No extra pet deposit & No rent fee
Laws • Depends on the laws of each State
You will be able to confirm registration only online in our database
$24
You will be able to confirm registration only online in our database
$24
You will be able to confirm registration only online in our database
$22

Сertification details:

Animal Training
Type of Animal
Partial list of disabilities covered
Permission to take on the flight
Allowed in pet restricted housing. Waived.
No extra pet deposit & No rent fee
Laws
Read more...
Service Dog must perform a task for an owner with a disability or medical condition
Dogs and Miniature Horses
Disability does not have to be visible: Alerting To Sounds; Autism; Diabetic Alert; Hearing Alert; High Blood Pressure; Mobility; Pain Management; Physical / Mental Disabilities / PTSD Seizures; Epilepsy; Multiple Sclerosis; Visual Impairment
• Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) • Air Carrier Access Act
Read more...
Not requeired
Any Animal
Anxiety
Bi-Polar
Depression
Eating Disorders
Emotional / Psychological
Mood Disorders
Phobias
Separation Disorder
Social Anxiety
Substance Abuse
with note from doctor / mental health provider
with note from doctor / mental health provider
with note from doctor / mental health provider
• Fair Housing Amendments Act • Air Carrier Access Act
Read more...
Must have good social skills and not be aggressive
Any Animal
Not Required
• Depends on the laws of each State

How To Register Service Animal Online

Select the Type of Pet Registration

below among service animal, emotional support animal or therapy dog. You will be able to add accessories later on

Register Your Service Animal Online

by providing the name, breed, photo of the animal and handler’s information

Get Your Service Animal or ESA Digital ID

You will receive an instant digital certificate and, if ordered, an ID card within 5 - 7 business days

Servive Animal Benefits

$ 42

SERVICE ANIMAL

Registration
$42

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL

Registration
$39

THERAPY ANIMAL

Registration

Service Animal

  • Full access everywhere
    Full access
    everywhere
  • No extra get deposit
    No extra pet
    deposit
  • Permission to take on the flight
    Permission to
    take on flights
  • Get it with free and fast shipping
    Get it with free
    and fast shipping
  • Real pet photo on card
    Real pet photo on card
  • Valid in to 50 states
    Valid in all 50
    states
  • Lifetime valid
    Lifetime Validity
  • No rent free
    No rental fees

Emotional Support Animal

  • Full access everywhere
    Full access
    everywhere
  • No extra get deposit
    No extra pet
    deposit
  • Permission to take on the flight
    Permission to
    take on the flights
  • Get it with free and fast shipping
    Get it with free
    and fast shipping
  • Real pet photo on card
    Real pet photo on card
  • Valid in to 50 states
    Valid in all 50
    states
  • Lifetime valid
    Lifetime Validity
  • No rent free
    No rental fees

Therapy Animal

  • Access nursing homes
    Therapy access
    to nursing homes
  • Access to visit hospitals
    Therapy access
    to visit hospitals
  • Access rehabilitation facilities
    Rehabilitation
    facilities
  • Get it with free
    Free shipping
  • Real pet photo on card
    Real pet photo on card
  • Valid in to 50
    Lifetime Validity

Accessories

ADA Registration is Quick and Easy

do it now online and obtain your digital certification immediately

US Service Animal Reviews

review 1

Super easy and extremely quick processing times! I will definitely recommend them to my family and friends!!!

Marianna M. & dog Daisy
New York

review 2

Highly satisfied with the service! It was easy to register and got my card in the mail really quick!

Nick S. & dog Charlie
Pennsylvania

review 3

I have a lot of anxiety and being able to register Bailey as an emotional support animal was such a relief. I am able to live in an apartment complex despite “no pet” policy!

Jessica L. & dog Cooper
California

review 4

Highly satisfied! Great customer service!

 

Ash and Aisha D. & dog Rocky

review 5

You are doing a good job. My pet Ronnie sends greetings

 

Kate & dor Ronnie
Texas

review 6

It is very convenient that there is instant certification. It was very useful to me

 

Ashley & dog Lucy

General information & ADA LAW

Service Animal Law

On September 15, 2010, definitive regulations concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for title II (State and local government services) and title III (public accommodations and commercial facilities) were proclaimed by the Department of Justice in the Federal Register. These regulations (or requirements) include renewed rules, as well as the 2010 Standards for Accessible Design.

Overview

This edition explains what “service animal” means and what their provisions are in the Department’s regulations starting from March 15, 2011. According to it, only dogs can be counted as “service animals” under titles II and III of the ADA. Titles also allow service animals to escort those with disabilities to public places.

How “Service Animal” Is Defined

Service animals – dogs that are trained precisely for assisting in duties or tasks for disabled people. They are working animals – not pets, and are instructed specifically to do the task disabled people can’t do themselves. Examples of a service animals can provide a list:

  • Guiding those who are blind or have problems with vision;
  • Alerting deaf people;
  • Helping in wheelchair management;
  • Reminding mentally ill people to take medicines;
  • Warning and keeping safe people with a seizure;
  • Calming those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) when they suffer from anxiety attacks, etc.

Dogs that give emotional support don’t belong to the “service animals” due to the ADA, those are listed in the “assistance animal” category (which is a broader description of a “service animal”). Yet, some states define service animals more broadly, but this info should be clarified at the relevant State attorney general’s office.

Where Are Service Animals Allowed?

Due to the ADA regulations, service animals are able to follow you everywhere where people are allowed to go. For example, it is appropriate to have a service animal with you in such hospital areas as examination and patient rooms, cafeterias, etc., but not in the areas that demand a sterile environment (operating rooms or born units).

Who Can Help Me With the Registration Process?

Here, you can get answers to all your questions on how to get a letter for your ADA pet. We will give you all the details you need, as well as keep in touch during the Service Dog Registration procedure.

Read the law according to the category

SERVICE ANIMAL REGISTRATION

A Service Animal is specially trained to perform a task that directly assists you with your disability.

Under the American Disability Act, Service Dogs are permitted to accompany you almost anywhere the general public can go.

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL REGISTRATION

Provide you with general comfort and emotional well-being.

They are permitted to travel in airplanes with their owners and are generally exempt from your lease/landlord’s pet policy.

THERAPY ANIMAL REGISTRATION

Therapy Dogs volunteer with their owners at schools, hospitals, and nursing homes, and provide comfort in high-stress situations.

Therapy dogs do not have special access outside their volunteer programs.

Verify Online Pet ID Registration

Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Service Animal Questions

Emotional Support Animal Questions