USA Service Dog Registration
Register your Service Animal in 3 Easy Steps

Register your Service Animal in 3 Easy Steps

We have everything you need for your Emotional Support Animal.

We have everything you need for your Emotional Support Animal.

vests, leashes and more for your service dog.

vests, leashes and more for your service dog.

Step 1
Choose Type of Service Dog

Choose Type of Service Dog

Step 2
Provide Information for Registration

Provide Information for Registration

Step 3
Print your Registration

Print your Registration

QUICK APPLY REGISTRATION

QUICK APPLY REGISTRATION

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Registration Types & Details

CHOOSE THE APPROPRIATE SERVICE DOG REGISTRATION

A Service Dog is a dog that provides service to an individual with a disability like pulling a wheelchair, medical alert, PTSD, seizure alert and more. Federal Law and the American Disability Act allow Service Dogs to have full access to all public places.

An (ESA) animal is any animal or pet that can provide emotional and therapeutic benefit to those suffering with emotional disability, anxiety or psychiatric disability. ESA's do have some public access rights like housing with no pet policies (can't be charged pet deposit), or additional fees. ESA's are protected by Federal Law, the Fair Housing Act .

Therapy Dogs provide a great service to those that are suffering or injured. A Therapy dog is trained to provide affection and comfort to those in hospitals, schools, nursing homes etc. Therapy dogs don't have the access rights of a service dog or emotional support animal.

SERVICE DOG

A Service Dog is a dog that provides service to an individual with a disability like pulling a wheelchair, medical alert, PTSD, seizure alert and more. Federal Law and the American Disability Act allow Service Dogs to have full access to all public places.

Emotional Support Animal

An (ESA) animal is any animal or pet that can provide emotional and therapeutic benefit to those suffering with emotional disability, anxiety or psychiatric disability. ESA's do have some public access rights like housing with no pet policies (can't be charged pet deposit), or additional fees. ESA's are protected by Federal Law, the Fair Housing Act .

Therapy Dog

Therapy Dogs provide a great service to those that are suffering or injured. A Therapy dog is trained to provide affection and comfort to those in hospitals, schools, nursing homes etc. Therapy dogs don't have the access rights of a service dog or emotional support animal.

We Love Our Customer

We Love Our Customers

 by Jennifer C. on USA Service Dog Registration
Emotional Support Animal Handle Vest Basic Package

It was easy to apply and received cards same day as ordering. Thank you

 by Nicole D. on USA Service Dog Registration
Service Dog Vest w/ Handle Basic Registration Package

My overall experience was great. The customer service helped on picking the right harness for my baby. Shipping was fast

 by Sandra M. on USA Service Dog Registration
Emotional Support Animal Basic Registration Package

I wea very happy with my purchase in the basic registration package. It came very quickly. The vest fit perfectly according to the size chart. I received 2 id cards, one I attached to his vest, the other I carry in my purse. I did not receive a certificate, but I really do think it is necessary.

 by Michael L. on USA Service Dog Registration
Service Dog ID Card, Digital Certificate & Tag

Everything worked out perfectly! They were not only a better price than most sites I looked at, but they offered the Digital Certificate for free which most other sites were charging a minimum of $9.99 or more (they don't tell you that till your just about to pay) within 2 days they E-mailed me my Certificate in PDF form and it was all included in the price, no extra charge. They shipped it out very fast I received my package within 2-3 days, and they updated me tracking the whole time. The best part about having this now is the hotel fees are being waived. I have been staying in only hotels with my puppy for the past month and the pet fees have been ridicules, some more than others but it has to be paid if I don't want to just chain him up outside (I'm assuming that's the only other option they give me) however since getting him the certificate they haven't giving me any trouble, and surprisingly so I thankfully don't have to pay all the extra charges to have him with me all the time. Anyway, I would recommend this place over and over to everyone, it was extremely easy to register, and everything came fast, and at a better price than several other sites I checked. Thank you to the USA Service Dog Registration for everything, I should have done this years ago.

 by Carl F. on USA Service Dog Registration
Service Dog Basic Registration Package

It was an easy experience and totally satisfied with ease of ordering online and received everything really fast.

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50K Awarded to Colorado Couple After HOA Refused to Allow Their Emotional Support Animal

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This week a court-ordered The Creekside Condominium Homeowner’s Association of Snowmass Village to pay $50,000 to a homeowner after the HOA failed to allow a her emotional support dog, a violation of the Fair Housing Act, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Thursday. This past Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Daniel Domenico for the District of

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ABOUT USA SERVICE DOG REGISTRATION

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USA Service Dog Registration

At USA Service Dog Registration, we’ve assisted countless families with registering their service and emotional support animals. Our team values the significant role that our furry friends play in providing comfort and service. We offer a range of products and services for registration that are unmatched in quality and accessibility online. And, we invite you to check out our service dog store, which stocks high-quality vests, ID cards, leashes, and more.

If you’re struggling with issues like depression and anxiety and require an emotional support animal letter to help you manage your condition, our team of licensed therapists is here to help. Regardless of which state you’re in, we have a network of licensed therapists who are available to provide recommendations. The process is simple and easily accessible, with step-by-step instructions. After your purchase, a licensed therapist will contact you for a telephone consultation to discuss your condition, which takes no more than half an hour. Once the consultation is over, you’ll receive your emotional support animal letter via email and mail. We usually provide same-day service, but if you’re based in California, please note that Governor Newsome approved a new law effective January 1, 2022 that mandates a 30-day delay on issuance of a letter following the initial consultation to prevent fraudulent letter recommendations.

NOT ALL DISABILITIES ARE VISIBLE
Most people often associate service dogs with a seeing-eye dog who typically guides their owner using a harness. However, today most service dogs are small breed dogs that receive specialized training to help individuals with disabilities related to hearing, seizures, and other debilitating conditions, including emotional and psychological issues. While most of these conditions are not immediately visible, they can cause real challenges to those affected by them. Service dogs are now trained to help with a wide range of conditions, including veterans suffering from PTSD and other disabilities.

THE AMERICAN DISABILITY ACT
The ADA ensures that individuals with disabilities, regardless of their visibility, are protected. The act enforces all businesses that serve the general public to allow access to people with service animals. This ensures that people with disabilities can bring their dogs to restaurants, schools, and workplaces, among other public places, and be able to access their services.

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