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Register Your Service Dog

Need to register an Emotional Support Animal (ESA)?

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By registering you receive quarterly updates on the Federal Law changes, as well as other pertinent info related to your Service Animal. Simply registering your service dog or purchasing products does not make your pet into a service dog.

Hassle free service dog registration, supplies, and information

On behalf of everyone at Service Dog Registration, welcome! We are here to supply service dog owners with all the resources and materials they need to navigate society with their service animals. Our aim is to educate the public and create a greater understanding of the role that service dogs play in our world while assisting service dog owners with high quality information and supplies.

Our website features informational resources that outline service dog requirements and policies. We have also established an ID lookup to assist handlers in times of emergency. Our FAQ section addresses common questions about life with a service dog and general information for those who want to know more. Finally, we have a shop for owners and their service animals to outfit themselves with high quality service dog gear.

We help service dog owners who need assistance with

Get Started with a Service Dog Registration of America Kit.

Easiest way to purchase service dog supplies

We help with assistance to service dog owners

Our products and services primarily help service dog owners who need assistance identifying their trained service dogs in public.

People need trained service dogs for a variety of reasons, and many people need these working companions at their side all the time. Registration can help you stay up to date on changing laws and keep you in the loop with important news that can impact your everyday life. We also provide information so that members of the public can educate themselves about the importance of service dogs and understand the different laws governing their use.

Benefits of Registering your Service Dog

Be aware of all updates

Quarterly federal law updates. Stay in the loop with legal changes that can impact your daily life.

Special discounts

Site coupons, pet product discounts

Informational emails

Informational emails on Service Dog trainers and programs across the country

Dog owner tips
Dog Owner Tips

Fun and useful tips for dog owners. We'll be sure to keep you informed with meaningful and interesting info.

What We Do

Our online shop supplies products for dogs

We provide convenient bundles that will save money when you purchase several related products at once. These kits all come with free shipping.

Carrying out the registration process for you and your dog

Please note that registering your dog on our website does not make them an official service dog. That's what the training is for. Our forms simply provide additional documentation in case of an emergency. By registering you will receive timely informational updates and be part of our greater community. Registering on our site will mean you receive quarterly updates regarding law changes and information relating to service dogs.

SDRA Testimonials

“Always great service and quality products. This has been my 'go to' place service animal needs. Highly recommend using this company.”

Robert M.

New York, NY

“The quality of this leash is amazing! The writing on the leash is clear and easy to see. This leash is the right leash for a small Service Dog like mine, I can now go hands free by just clipping it to my belt loop. The best leash I have ever had! Thanks SDRA for getting this wonderful new product.”

Kay B.

New York, NY


Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Examples of such work or tasks include guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure, reminding a person with mental illness to take prescribed medications, or calming a person with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during an anxiety attack. Service animals are working animals. They are not pets. Further, the task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person's disability. A dog whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support does not qualify as service animals under the ADA. If you have an emotional support animal, please visit our website at To qualify for an emotional support animal a person must have a mental health professional determine that the presence of a dog provides therapeutic value to its owner.

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Yes. Many of the airlines will ask that you notify them in advance of travel that a service dog will be accompanying you. We recommend informing the airline at booking that you will have a service dog with you and let them know that your dog will be clearly marked.

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No. The ADA prohibits any discrimination so the size of your dog means nothing. Airlines are required to allow the dog to accompany you to your seat regardless of the size of your service dog.

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No. Under the ADA service animals are limited to dogs and miniature horses.

According to the ADA if a person has a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability they may qualify for a service dog. The service dog certification process takes place when training the dog or miniature horse to make sure it can care for its owner's specific medical needs. There is also an additional training process that takes place between service animal and owner. When purchasing a service dog, the trainer might require personal references, agency referrals, and personal interview.

Service dogs must be well behaved and trained to be in public places and should be well acclimated around people and other dogs. A service dog can be trained to bark should their handler need assistance.

No. This site is not associated with any government agency. Its purpose is to educate the public and help service dog owners purchase supplies for their service dog.

A service animal is not a pet. They are a protected class of animal that do not have to abide by a business or landlord's no pet policies as long as they are well behaved.

Business are limited when it comes to the questions they can ask service dog owners. A business is ONLY allowed to ask the following two questions:

  1. Is your dog a service dog?
  2. What duties does he/she perform?

They may NOT ask what your disability is or anything else.

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Businesses that do not follow the ADA laws are setting themselves up to a potential lawsuit. We recommend first writing a letter to the manager/owner of the establishment letting them know about your situation and try to resolve the matter in a quick and direct manner. In the worst case scenario, you can always find a lawyer that specializes in ADA cases.

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The only time you may be asked to leave an establishment is if your dog is causing a disturbance. This may be caused by your dog barking, growling, being unruly, urinating or defecating in a business. Other than those reasons, the business may not ask you to just leave if your dog is not being a nuisance.

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Yes. The IRS allows deductions for expenses of caring for a service dog. This includes all of your expenses from vet bills, to food, to equipment and training.

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No. The ADA does not require service dogs to wear any type of clothing or harnesses. However, we strongly encourage this to save potential headaches in public.

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If you mistakenly registered your dog as a service dog but it qualifies to be an emotional support animal, please visit our sister site: By registering your dog as an ESA you will receive similar updates as one would for this site, but geared toward emotional support animals. ESA Registration works with a team of therapists throughout the country to provide HIPAA compliant video assessments to see if a person qualifies for a support animal along with supplying the same identifying products that can help an ESA owner in public.

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No. Individuals who rely on service animals cannot be charged an extra fee that is not typically charged to non disabled individuals.

Yes. Drivers or cabs or ride shares cannot discriminate against individuals with disabilities and cannot charge higher rates for passengers that rely on service animals.

Very simple. Fill out the short form on our homepage and you will be registered in our email database to receive quarterly updates on legal changes, dog training programs, and fun and useful tips for service dogs and pet owners that can impact your daily life. Once registered you will also be able to purchase products on our site that assist with service dog identification. Simply registering your or purchasing products does not make your pet into a service dog.

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