Service Dog Kits

SERVICE DOG KITS

Our Service Dog Kits include our most commonly ordered items all in one convenient package
 

Each of our kits includes:

* A custom identification card complete with your dogs photo and your information.  Having a Service Dog Identification card will make it easier for you to identify your dog as a working dog thus making your daily travels easier.

* A premium vest with a high quality Service Dog patch sewn on.  A vest is an important piece of equipment as it immediately identifies your dog as a working dog from a distance.

* A Service Dog collar tag is yet another form of identification to inform the public that your dog is working.

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Deluxe Service Dog Kit for Small Dogs
Price $74.99
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Sizes from XXS - M (Girth 11"-24")
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Service Dog Kit
Price $69.99
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All Sizes from XXS - XL (Girth 13"- 45")
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Service animals are dogs that have been individually trained to perform a task to assist a person with 1 or more disabilities.
 

There are many forms of  disabilities and many ways that dogs can be trained to perform tasks tto assist their handler.

For a person to legally qualify to have a service dog, he/she must be considered disabled and the dog must be trained to perform a task for them.

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 such as Stores, Malls, Restaurants, Hotels/Resorts, Airlines,Cruises, Taxi cabs, Buses just to name a few.

ADA law does not state requirements but many service dogs are commonly identified by wearing a service dog vest, leash cover, or tags, letting the public know that it is a service dog. Doing such makes it easier on the handler in public, lessening the inconvenience and explanation of their service animal. Some businesses, such as airlines, prefer to see an identification card or vest that indicates the dog is indeed a service dog.