Welcome to Service Dog ID

Certification of service animals is not required under federal law. Unfortunately, most business owners and organizations are unaware of this simple fact. Who among us have not at some time been embarrassed or ‘singled-out’ because our lives have been enhanced by our service animal.

While registration of your service animal is not required by any law many of us are discovering it is the easiest and most responsible way to address the problem as well as educate the public.

End Unfair Treatment

To continually have to explain the valuable role your service dog plays in your day to day life gets tiresome. Without Service Animal ID the disabled have been wrongly denied access, ordered to leave public facilities, and treated as if we are criminals.

Fast, Safe, & Professional

With 1000′s of Service Dogs qualified since 2007, and prices lower than most of our competitors Service Dog ID provides the service you are looking for. Our qualifying process is fast and simple. Most orders are processed and shipped within 24 hours.

Service Dog Certification Packet with Service Dog Tag

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Testimonials

Billie M
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"So nice to find a company that is not in it for just the money. These guys really care and it shows. A couple of months after I ordered my Service Dog Identification it inadvertently ended up in my washer and then, ugh...dryer. It was destroyed. I contacted Stacie at SDI to check on a replacement. Of course, I fully intended to pay for a new tag but she quickly let me know they would send a new tag out to me. I did not even have to pay postage! If you want professional and courteous service along with a fair price I highly recommend Service Dog ID."


Billie M , Portland, OR
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"So nice to find a company that is not in it for just the money. These guys really care and it shows. A couple of months after I ordered my Service Dog Identification it inadvertently ended up in my washer and then, ugh...dryer. It was destroyed. ...

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Debbie T
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"Thank you SDI. You have made such a huge difference in my life. I used to be subjected to scorn and ridicule because Symon does not look or act like people suppose he should. My disability is such that most onlookers don’t even realize I am disabled or that Symon is, indeed, a service dog. With the help of his tag and the certification cards you provide (which have come to be very useful) I no longer dread going out in public. I feel liberated!"


Debbie T , Los Angelas, CA
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"Thank you SDI. You have made such a huge difference in my life. I used to be subjected to scorn and ridicule because Symon does not look or act like people suppose he should. My disability is such that most onlookers don’t even realize I am disabled...

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Frank and Dolores T
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"Dolores and I need to commend you on your wonderful customer services. Once we contacted you with our question your support staff responded very quickly. It was nice to be able to talk with Stacie on the phone and she was very helpful. The tags themselves were not only exceptional but, very helpful as well. We will wholeheartedly will recommend your service if the opportunity should ever arrive. Thank you!


Frank and Dolores T , Athens, GA
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"Dolores and I need to commend you on your wonderful customer services. Once we contacted you with our question your support staff responded very quickly. It was nice to be able to talk with Stacie on the phone and she was very helpful. The tags themselves...

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Your Rights Under the ADA
  • Disabled people with service animals must be allowed access to all public accommodations. This right takes precedence over all state and local laws which might otherwise prohibit animals in those places.
  • Establishments must never ask disabled guests to show proof of disability -- or require proof that their service animals are somehow "certified." Nor can they restrict disabled guests and their service animals to certain areas.