The ID book and ID card provide service dog owners with their access to goods, facilities and services, as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), or to the Equality Act 2010 and Disability Discrimination ACT 1995.
The ID book should be considered by service providers who require evidence of a dogs training and or the organization who trained them, as sufficient documentary evidence of a dog’s legitimacy as being trained by a training organization under the membership of SDTSI.
The Photo ID Card can be useful to keep these accessories readily available when out in public with your service dog. The registry provides you with 24-hour access to the Service Dog Registration database. Your Service Dog identification card will have your Service Dog Registration ID listed so that a third party may verify your registration at any time and any place.
It’s important to keep your records up-to-date!
SDTSI’s Service Dog Identification Book has to be renewed annually according to the Assistance Dog’s rules and regulations. You will need to email us a copy of your dog's up-to-date vaccination records with a latest photo of your dog. If you have moved, you will need to inform us of your current address. Lastly, you will need to send us a short video of your dog performing at least one service dog task. A cost will be applied upon renewing your service dog certificate. This fee covers the cost of processing, a new ID book and updating your service dog's information in our system.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask a staff member. We are always happy to help!
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