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the conclusion of placing
Service Dog Vests area also available. Zippered pockets on
BOTH sides (can store ID card, emergency info, etc.).
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Tags With Each Order - $39.95
There will always be people who claim to have a service dog with them, others may roll their eyes and question their necessity.
Please try to be patient, some people just don’t know what to say or how to act
– your patience will help to educate others about the
disabled and make the world a nicer place for all of us. It is not for any of us to make judgment on the accuracy of your statement!
It is unlawful – for a person to claim to be disabled if they are not! You the owner/handler, may be asked by an individual or establishment only two questions BY LAW
(as we understand it). “Is that a service animal?” “What service does it perform?”
NO TEST! NO CONVERSATION! NO PROOF NEEDED! Sometimes the dog is so small and cute, it may be hard to believe that these
dogs could be service animals. In some cases, many toy and small breeds have amazing sense of hearing, smell and numerous other qualities that could provide a handicapped person with lifesaving skills!
(Not to mention, be easier for the handicapped or elderly to handle because of their size.)
No matter what your disability . . . . . no matter the
size of your service animal . . . . . . we at
4pawshelper.com can provide you with the tools you want
CLEARLY IDENTIFY (not certify) your service animal.
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Your service animal’s picture will be visible on the
ID tag. It will also contain information on
the back of the card about the (ADA) Department of
Justice and their toll free number for any questions.
4pawshelper.com will provide two cards with each order, one for your service animal and one for you to carry in your wallet so you can inform anyone of your rights.
There are so many Americans with disabilities today that are visible and invisible.
Some, but now all of them are as listed here: And may benefit from a trained service animal.
The list can go on and on. Only you and perhaps your doctor, can determine if you would benefit from a service animal.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
states that proof of "certification" cannot be
required by any facility or business for legal access if you
meet the requirements for a person with a legal disability,
and your dog meets the requirements of a service animal.
We at 4pawshelper.com, hope that you will use some of
information found on this website for information, as a
reference tool (ONLY). We are not attorneys or judges and will
not (cannot) be held liable for any reason. The information on
this website could in fact change at any time.
Take a look at all the information on the cards at the top of
this page. These cards make it easy to educate the uninformed of your rights.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) states that proof of "certification" cannot be required by any facility or business for legal access if you meet the requirements for a person with a legal disability, and your dog meets the requirements of a service animal.
Please check often as these rules may change at any time. 4pawshelper.com is not responsible for the information provided by you, or how you use this product.
If the laws or regulations change or were misunderstood (or misrepresented)
you the person purchasing are solely responsible.
Service animals are working animals, not pets. The work or
task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly
related to the person’s disability. Dogs whose sole function
is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as
service animals under the ADA. These requirements, or rules,
clarify and refine issues that have arisen over the past 20
years and contain new, and updated, requirements, including
the 2010 Standards for Accessible Design (2010 Standards).
This definition does not affect or limit the broader definition of “assistance animal” under the Fair Housing Act or the broader definition of “service animal” under the Air Carrier Access Act.
To view the entire ADA document CLICK