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The Registered Service Dog Scam

Several real organizations certify service dogs, one being The Delta Society which we support. These organizations require long, expensive, rigorous training which produces excellent service dogs.

Unfortunately there are companies that provide "Certification" or "Registration" by only having you fill out a form online and sending them up to $365.

What you might get for this money -

check mark a certificate they print on their inkjet printer
check mark a cheap service dog vest worth about $20
check mark a couple of service dog patches that aren't sewn on
check mark a cheap card with information available free from the DOJ

The ADA defines a service animal as any animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. If they meet this definition, animals are considered service animals under the ADA regardless of whether they have been licensed or registered by a state or local government. If you meet this definition you don't need "Registration" from any group not providing training.

The Proof Owners Need for their Service Animal

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Service Dog ID badges Referred by
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Our Service Dog ID Tags clearly identify your animal as a Service Dog with his or her picture on the tag. It also contains the information on the back from the Department of Justice that clearly answers common questions and provides a toll-free number to the D.O.J. should business owners or employees have further questions. We provide two cards with each order, one for your dog and one for you to carry in your wallet so you can easily inform businesses of your rights. Take a look at all the information on this card here These cards make it easy to educate the uninformed of your rights.

Traveling with your Service Dog
Service dog ID tags can help make your airline travel hassle free. Our customers have flown without confrontation on these airlines and many more...

Southwest Airlines
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  US Airways
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Delta Airlines
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  America West
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  Frontier Airlines
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  Alaska Airlines
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With or Without a Vest, ID Tags Give You the Proof You Need
By themselves, our tags easily identify your dog as a service animal and is not as hot as the vest. Even if people do use a vest and patches our service dog id tags have your animals's photo and information on it.
Here's why one of our customers won't use a vest:

I frequently travel alone with my service dog and I don't like having her vest on her because it calls too much attention to her and, since I do travel alone, I try to minimize the fact that I might be a potentially "safer" target for someone looking to rob someone.

With a tag, people will see it if they are close to us but won't even have a clue from across the lobby.

Thank you, Dena Taylor

Unlike cheap laminated cards, ours are made of durable plastic thicker than credit cards with the ink infused into the plastic so it can't chip off. Our regular size tags measure 3.375" x 2.125" (85.6mm x 54mm) - standard credit card size. Our new small tags are just the right size smaller dogs and measure 2 1/8" x 1 1/8".

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with the following info:


Service Dog
Service Animal
Emotional Support Dog
Emotional Support Animal

Service Dog In Training
Working Dog
Guide Dog
Medical Alert Dog
Mobility Dog
Hearing Assistance Dog
Search and Rescue Dog (SAR)
Seizure Alert Dog

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Service Dog Tag Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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We want you to be thrilled with your tags. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. If you are unsatisfied for any reason we will replace them for a period of six months. Simply send us an
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and we will do our best to make you completely happy.

Hi

Just got my Service Dog tags for my Hearing Service Dog, Pasha. They are 1st class, well built, very clear, and you got them to me in like 2 days. Her picture is great, exactly like the photo I sent. GREAT PRODUCT& GREAT SERVICE! Feel free to use this letter. BTW, I was a nationally known Consumer Advocate from 1996-2002 and you really pleased me.

Jim Morrison

We love our service dog badges.  Good size, good graphics and good quality.  Thank you for making these available. 

Susan and Bob Devine

Spot:
Just wanted you to know how pleased we and Sassy are with her new tags. The picture is "Picture Perfect" of her and the tag will be used appropriately. Thank you for doing a good job.

Mac & Marilyn McAllister

I am very happy with my badges! Thank you.

Elle Garcia

I want to thank you for sending the badge to me as quickly as you did. I would highly recommend you to my friends. Your work is excellent and your service is courteous!

Thank you,
D.J.F.

Dear Spot and your handlers/owners,

We truly appreciate your site and the service you provide. I was astounded when I read the back of the tags we ordered and some of my suggestions about different, non-visible disabilities was included.
The reason I'm writing you is that a Gulf-War vet has written me asking if I knew how he could find a service dog, what to look for, how to take advantage of the ADA to give him more independence because of his emotional and psychological disabilities that were a result of his tour of duty.

So many people, even in the VA, don't realize that emotional -"invisible"
-disabilities are covered under the ADA and that our vets deserve any help that can be provided through a service dog.

Because of your site, he has the information he needs, and you have made it possible for him not to feel alone.

Spot, you're outstanding! My heartfelt thanks and gratitude.

Joanne Yates

Dear Spot,
 
I wanted to tell you how thrilled I am with my new ID tags for my dog, Leyna.  They are of a quality which far surpassed my expectations.  I love the idea of having these so that she can go without her vest occasionally, and will still be recognized as a service dog.  Thank you so much for this wonderful product!
 
Sincerely,
Carolyn Witherspoon and Leyna

The tags look BEAUTIFUL, were well packaged and your shipping was fast. It is people like you who make eBay great! You people are the GREATEST.... OAKEY gives you 4 PAWS UP!!!!!!!!!! ( Much better than two thumbs up!! )

Take care & stay well. Oakey & I hope that the continuing year proves to be a great success for your on-line business. If anyone wants to know how good you are please tell them to ask us!!

Respectfully, Stephen & Oakey Lapan -- The Old Hobos

Thanks so much. I recieved it yesterday and it's perfect.you all do such wonderful work and I really love your tags.

Della Wright

Dear Spot
Thank you very much for Picassa's Beautiful tags, we are very thrilled with them & with the timely manner we rec'd them and will spread the word. I'm certain as folks see our tags, you will be getting more business from our service & therapy friends, mush cooler than vests!!.

Sincerely Shion & Picassa

Hello,

I am sorry for not letting you know that I got the tags from you for Tippy Virnig.

I really appreciated it.  I flew to Minn and back to DC with no problem.  An airport security
chased me for a good few minutes...he was trying to get my attention, but obviously I did not hear him
because I am deaf.  He finally caught up with me and tapped my shoulder.  He started to speak to
me, i knew that he was talking about my dog.  I immediately showed him the tag.  He stopped talking
and gestured a thumb-up to me with a big smile.  it was funny.  It was nice to know that the tag works well!

Again, thank you!
Nanette

happy service dog tag owner
Hi,

I have been meaning to drop you a line so glad you wrote to me first...

Just wanted to say thank you BIG time!! Your cards have saved me & my dog from a world of trouble and grief, it's like having a passport where before, entry was always denied. Now, just pointing to the tag tends to shut mouths up where before they were full of spite, maybe jealousy, and resentment, and rules rules rules. Except in doctor's offices, that is. I run into trouble there every time!

But I am so grateful you exist and provide such a great service, and I was shocked at how quickly the tags arrived! It is truly as if where I once stood alone, I have someone, you, backing me up with support and solidarity. Like that Verizon commercial, I carry the whole group behind my dog and myself, making us "official", don't know any better word for it. So thank you a million times for literally opening doors previously slammed shut with me in tears and upset, because Amadeus helps me get through the day, you get him through the door with me. Bless you!~

Nora

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Dear Spot,

LUKE and I just got back from two weeks of service dog training at Shadows for Life in Mansfield, TX. His id tag was ALL the rage whenever we met other service dog teams and trainers! The ins and outs of airport security and other businesses are made so much easier by the professionalism, clarity and quality of LUKE's tag. Still, many folks just know service dogs are allowed wherever their owners/handlers go--our Doggy DMV tag keeps coming to the rescue. Twice, already, I've used the ADA info on the back to show to people reluctant to allow LUKE and me into an establishment. I have the same document printed out--that I carry with me--but the ADA info being handy (right on the back of the tag) and official-looking (as opposed to my folded worn piece of paper) makes an instantaneous impression that, so far, none has argued with!

LUKE says all his service dog buddies out there should be wearing Doggy DMV id tags: Fashion sense with a higher purpose!!! 

Thanks from both of us,

LUKE & Denise, Hollywood, FL

PS, LUKE's wondering . . . is Spot a girl dog? Single?
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COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SERVICE
ANIMALS IN PLACES OF BUSINESS

Q: What are the laws that apply to my business?

A: Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), privately owned businesses that serve the public, such as restaurants, hotels, retail stores, taxicabs, theaters, concert halls, and sports facilities, are prohibited from discriminating against individuals with disabilities. The ADA requires these businesses to allow people with disabilities to bring their service animals onto business premises in whatever areas customers are generally allowed.

Q: What is a service animal?

A: The ADA defines a service animal as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. If they meet this definition, animals are considered service animals under the ADA regardless of whether they have been licensed or certified by a state or local government.

Service animals perform some of the functions and tasks that the individual with a disability cannot perform for him or herself. "Seeing eye dogs" are one type of service animal, used by some individuals who are blind. This is the type of service animal with which most people are familiar. But there are service animals that assist persons with other kinds of disabilities in their day-to-day activities. Some examples include:

______Alerting persons with hearing impairments to sounds.

______ Pulling wheelchairs or carrying and picking up things for persons with mobility impairments.

______Assisting persons with mobility impairments with balance.


Q: How can I tell if an animal is really a service animal and not just a pet?

A: Some, but not all, service animals wear special collars and harnesses. Some, but not all, are licensed or certified and have identification papers. If you are not certain that an animal is a service animal, you may ask the person who has the animal if it is a service animal required because of a disability. However, an individual who is going to a restaurant or theater is not likely to be carrying documentation of his or her medical condition or disability. Therefore, such documentation generally may not be required as a condition for providing service to an individual accompanied by a service animal. Although a number of states have programs to certify service animals, you may not insist on proof of state certification before permitting the service animal to accompany the person with a disability.

Q: What must I do when an individual with a service animal comes to my business?

A: The service animal must be permitted to accompany the individual with a disability to all areas of the facility where customers are normally allowed to go. An individual with a service animal may not be segregated from other customers.

Q: I have always had a clearly posted "no pets" policy at my establishment. Do I still have to allow service animals in?

A: Yes. A service animal is not a pet. The ADA requires you to modify your "no pets" policy to allow the use of a service animal by a person with a disability. This does not mean you must abandon your "no pets" policy altogether but simply that you must make an exception to your general rule for service animals.

Q: My county health department has told me that only a seeing eye or guide dog has to be admitted. If I follow those regulations, am I violating the ADA?

A: Yes, if you refuse to admit any other type of service animal on the basis of local health department regulations or other state or local laws. The ADA provides greater protection for individuals with disabilities and so it takes priority over the local or state laws or regulations.

Q: Can I charge a maintenance or cleaning fee for customers who bring service animals into my business?

A: No. Neither a deposit nor a surcharge may be imposed on an individual with a disability as a condition to allowing a service animal to accompany the individual with a disability, even if deposits are routinely required for pets. However, a public accommodation may charge its customers with disabilities if a service animal causes damage so long as it is the regular practice of the entity to charge non-disabled customers for the same types of damages. For example, a hotel can charge a guest with a disability for the cost of repairing or cleaning furniture damaged by a service animal if it is the hotel's policy to charge when non-disabled guests cause such damage.

Q: I operate a private taxicab and I don't want animals in my taxi; they smell, shed hair and sometimes have "accidents." Am I violating the ADA if I refuse to pick up someone with a service animal?

A: Yes. Taxicab companies may not refuse to provide services to individuals with disabilities. Private taxicab companies are also prohibited from charging higher fares or fees for transporting individuals with disabilities and their service animals than they charge to other persons for the same or equivalent service.


Q: Am I responsible for the animal while the person with a disability is in my business?

A: No. The care or supervision of a service animal is solely the responsibility of his or her owner. You are not required to provide care or food or a special location for the animal.

Q: What if a service animal barks or growls at other people, or otherwise acts out of control?

A: You may exclude any animal, including a service animal, from your facility when that animal's behavior poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others. For example, any service animal that displays vicious behavior towards other guests or customers may be excluded. You may not make assumptions, however, about how a particular animal is likely to behave based on your past experience with other animals. Each situation must be considered individually.

Although a public accommodation may exclude any service animal that is out of control, it should give the individual with a disability who uses the service animal the option of continuing to enjoy its goods and services without having the service animal on the premises.

Q: Can I exclude an animal that doesn't really seem dangerous but is disruptive to my business?

A: There may be a few circumstances when a public accommodation is not required to accommodate a service animal--that is, when doing so would result in a fundamental alteration to the nature of the business. Generally, this is not likely to occur in restaurants, hotels, retail stores, theaters, concert halls, and sports facilities. But when it does, for example, when a dog barks during a movie, the animal can be excluded.

If you have further questions about service animals or other requirements of the ADA, you may call the U.S. Department of Justice's toll-free ADA Information Line at 800-514-0301 (voice) or 800-514-0383 (TDD).

DUPLICATION OF THIS DOCUMENT IS ENCOURAGED.

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I was removed from a small town gas station/take out food service convenient store by the local police. I was devasted that my companion's service vest was not recognized by the police or even the store owner to my ADA rights. I was a complete bundle of nerves, reduced to tears and suffered an anxiety attack right in the parking lot. The ambulance staff was called cause the policeman didn't know what to do about me shaking and the ability to hardly breath.

That's when I was first told about photo service tags, including my service companion picture, that included brief ADA guidelines and toll free number if someone had questions. I've never been back in that store, but reported them to the ADA in Washington.

I can't begin to thank you enough for the photo service tag. It has changed the way I have been able to live my life with my service animal. My psychiatrist has used the information about photo tags for other patients and how despite initial small town rejection, in just a service vest, the photo tags have opened doors in other places of business, restaurants and local stores. Thanks Thanks Thanks for a wonderful service.

Sharon Stocks Beeghly

Dear Spot,
 
I am elated with our new badge!  It's clear, easily identifiable, easy to read, and above all, professionally and beautifully done.  It's everything I could have asked for and more, and it makes it possible for people to identify my dog as a service dog even without his vest.  I was surprised to see how quickly it arrived, which was just a few days after I placed my order.  I wish all internet vendors were as professional and prompt as you are.  Everything about my experience in dealing with Doggy DMV has been stellar, and I will sing your praises to all my friends who need a quality ID product for their service animals.  It has been a pleasure doing business with you and thank you for a job well done!
 
Cordially,
 

Kathryn B. Krieger and Scout

Received the ID tag I ordered for Oscar today. I was surprised and pleased with the fast turn around. I ordered on the 15th and received it on the 18th. WOW! My husband and I run a business from our home and we, like you give fast service. It is always nice to hear from your customers when they appreciate you. Not many say thank you anymore. So here is a heart felt THANK YOU from me.

Syglenda Ford

They came out great.  I am very pleased and I feel like they will make it easier for me to gain admittance into public establishments with Oliver. 
   
I also wanted to thank you for processing my order so quickly.  You really did expedite the order and I am so appreciative that you worked with me so that I could have the badges for my upcoming trip.  It was so kind of you to work with me on such short notice.
   
I know one other person with a service animal and I am going to contact him and make him aware of your product in case he is in need of badges. 
   
Again, thank you so much for your help.
   
Sincerely,
Robin Comer

THIS IS GRRRRRREAT! Kona loves Spot and Spot's Mom and Dad for her fantastic shiny new, superior quality, outstandingly professional, Beautiful new I.D. card.

As kona's Mom, I highly recommend Doggy DMV, and shall send all my animal-lover pals to you.
Thank you SOOOOOOO much,

Woof, woof!

Autumn

Dear Spot,


We rec'd our service ID's two weeks ago and I've meant to write you that you did a wonderful job, not only on the pictures, but also in incorporating the suggested info I sent.

You are a super dog!

Thanks so much for you incredible service. We are very grateful.

Don and Joanne Yates w/ Sandy and Nellie
I have given many recommendations about your company & how I was treated. You folks are A#1 in my book. Thx again!!!
 
Derald Bigelow

I am so thrilled with the ID, you have no idea!  Thank you so much.  I look forward to the next time I need one.

Linda Conversa

Thank you, I love the new design on your ID tags.
It can be easily seen from a distance and it's a great
alternative to a doggie vest.
I appreciate all your help.

Rosemary Pal

Dear Spot,

I am happy with dog tag. It was as advertised. In our dealings,
you were competent, responsive and concerned with my
satisfaction. I recommend you without hesitation.

Jenny and I thank You!!!
Best wishes,
John Mastro
Hi Spot,
 
I wanted to let you know that I have already sent you three customer your service has proven to be very good.  In my last shipment I received my Doggy DMV tags for Rocky they turned out great. I would definitely continue to use your service and refer you to my friends.
 
 
Thank you,
Peggy

Dear Spot & Family,

My Mom and I were coming back from a short tramp through our our woods which are all dressed in lovely golden hues of autumn....on the way back my Mom stopped to get the mail.  There was a package from you!  She was so surprised how quickly my ID tags came (in 2 short days!!!) and eagerly walked up into the house to open your package.  I can tell by her smiles she is extremely PLEASED!!!

My Mom wanted me to say thank you so very, very much.  She said your company is so professional and curteous and so prompt. The ID tags are of utmost excellent quality. She is so appreciative that she did business with you. Your care and pride in your company is so obvious.

All our best wishes, thanks again dear Spot!

Warmly, Laddie (of Crown Thistle) and my Mom (Owner/Handler), Sandy Bradshaw,  Suttons Bay, Michigan USA

Hello Spot!

Wow!  You really have your human companions in high gear!  Even in the middle of the holidays, the ID tags came quickly!  GiGi is very happy with hers, licking them over and over.  I guess she’s “owning” them!  The tags came just as described too.  Wonderful job, Spot!  And thank those humans, too.

Regards, Amena 

We found airports, restaurants and hotels to be very impressed by my tags.  The airline employees have asked for my traveling papers every time before I had my tags.  Now they treat me just like the big dogs, and check to see if I am registered in the computer, which makes my human very happy.

Thank you,

Chico