US Service Animal Registrar – Largest Service Dog Registry

Take Your Animal with You Everywhere You Want to Go

Registration starts at $14.95

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Double Animal Image

The capability to have two animal images appear on the front of the card

Handler Signature

The capability to incorporate the handler signature info to the id badge

Scanning Capability

The capability to be verified by scanning the card with a barcode or QR scanner on a mobile device

We make registering your dog easy

Join over a hundred thousand people

We are dedicated to providing top-quality registration services for your furry companions. We understand that service animals are more than just pets – they are valued members of your family and essential to your well-being. That’s why we strive to make the registration process as simple and hassle-free as possible.

Our satisfied customers are a testament to the quality of our service. Here are some of the reviews we’ve received:

Here are just a few reasons why you should choose US Service Animal Registrar:

So why wait? Register your service animal today and gain access to all the benefits that come with having a registered service animal. Simply click the button below to get started.

Benefits of Having a Service Animal​

Service dogs are allowed in no pet housing, cabins of airplanes, restaurants, stores, Ubers, and more.
Service dogs are valid in all 50 states and there are no breed restrictions or weight limits.
Service dog owners can save thousands of dollars each year with no pet deposits, no pet rent, and no airline pet fees.
Service dogs can help individuals with physical or psychological disabilities to perform specific tasks to alleviate their condition.
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Frequently Asked Questions

A: A service dog is a dog that is trained to perform specific tasks or provide assistance to individuals with disabilities. These tasks can include anything from guiding the visually impaired to alerting to sounds to providing emotional support.

A: Individuals with disabilities who require the assistance of a service dog to perform tasks related to their disability qualify for a service dog. Some common disabilities that may qualify include:

  • Blindness or visual impairment
  • Deafness or hearing impairment
  • Mobility impairments
  • PTSD
  • Autism
  • Epilepsy

A: There is no legal requirement to register a service dog in the United States. However, registering your service dog can provide benefits such as access to public places and housing. Additionally, many businesses and landlords require proof of service dog registration.

A: The exact contents of a service dog registration package may vary depending on the items you choose to buy. We are an a la carte company and allow you to fully choose your custom items as you wish! However, most people who register buy a digital and a printed animal id card along with a certificate of registration.

A: The turnaround time for digital registration materials is instant and for printed materials can vary depending on the processing time you choose. We offer expedited processing for an additional fee.

A: Legitimate service dogs are trained to perform specific tasks or provide assistance to individuals with disabilities. They should be well-behaved and under the control of their handler at all times. Service dogs may wear a vest or other identifying gear, but this is not required by law.

A: Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), service dogs are generally allowed access to public places such as restaurants, stores, and hotels. However, if your service dog is not under your control, is not housebroken, or poses a threat to others, they may be denied access.

A: Yes, service dogs are allowed on airplanes under the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA). However, airlines may have specific requirements for traveling with a service dog, such as advance notice or documentation of your dog’s training. Today you need to have DOT and animal Relief paperwork completed and obtain an SVAN number for each airline. You need to call and get exactly what each airline needs you to do!

What People Say About Us

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