Service Dog Supplies
NOTE!: These vests are shipped from another source and will arrive separately from other items you may order from us.
An emotional support animal (ESA) is a US legal term for a pet which provides therapeutic benefit to its owner through companionship and affection. Emotional support animals are not specially trained to ameliorate disability as psychiatric service dogs are. They require only as much training as an ordinary pet requires in order to live peacefully among humans without being a nuisance or a danger to others. In the U.S., two federal laws grant special rights to some owners of emotional support animals.
The Air Carrier Access Act establishes a procedure for modifying pet policies on aircraft to permit a person with a disability (including emotional) and a letter from a physician to travel with a prescribed emotional support animal so long as they have appropriate documentation and the animal is not a danger to others and does not interfere with others (through unwanted attention, barking, inappropriate toileting, etc.).
The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 (42 USC 3601, et seq.) establishes a procedure for modifying "no pets" policies in most types of housing to permit a person with a disability to keep a pet for emotional support. The qualified applicant may either make a verbal request, or send a written request of reasonable accommodation to the landlord, in either case with a letter from a physician. If the landlord refuses the request for accommodation, a complaint can be filed with the department of Housing and Urban Development or with the U.S. Department of Justice. In housing that allows pets but charges supplemental rent or deposits for them, these fees must be waived. The ESA's owner can be charged for actual damage done by the animal, but they may not require the applicant to pay a fee or a security deposit in order to keep the animal.
Emotional support animals do not have the right to go anywhere other animals are not allowed with the exception of the two examples above.
Emotional Support ID cards, For Large Dogs - one for your dog. These cards make it easy to educate the uninformed of your rights. Your Emotional Support Animal ID Tags clearly identify your companion as a Emotional Support Animal with his or her picture on the tag.
Or for Small Dogs - 3 Small tags and 1 Large tag for your wallet.
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The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act protect the right of people with disabilities to keep emotional support animals, even when a landlord's or Association's policy explicitly prohibits pets. Because emotional support and service animals are not "pets," but rather are considered to be more like assistive aids such as wheelchairs, the law will generally require the Landlord or Association to make an exception to its "no pet" policy so that a tenant with a disability can fully use and enjoy his or her dwelling. In most housing complexes, so long as the tenant has a letter or prescription from an appropriate professional, such as a therapist or physician, and meets the definition of a person with a disability, he or she is entitled to a reasonable accommodation that would allow an emotional support animal in the apartment, condo or townhouse.
Whether you choose a tag, a vest or a bandana, a properly identified dog will receive less hassles than one without. We think our kit is best because:
|Each ID tag has your dog's picture, name and owner's name|
|Emotional Support Animal ID Tags are not as hot as vests|
|Unlike bandanas, vest look professional not cute|
The Proof You Need for your Emotional Support Animal
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Our Emotional Support Animal ID Tags clearly identify your animal as an Emotional Support Animal with his or her picture on the tag. We provide two cards with each order, one for your dog and one for you to carry in your wallet so you can easily inform businesses you ar an Emotional Support Animal owner. These cards make it easy to educate the uninformed of your rights.
Traveling with your Emotional Support Animal
All U.S. airlines are required to accept most emotional animals for carriage in the cabin for no additional cost (which can exceed $100 each way) and emotional support animals never travel in cargo. . In accordance with federal safety regulations, the animal must be positioned so as not to obstruct a passenger’s evacuation in the unlikely event of an emergency. To bring an emotional support animal into the cabin, passengers should expect to provide current documentation (not more than one year old) on a mental-health professional’s letterhead stating: (1) the passenger has a mental-health-related disability; (2) having the animal accompany the passenger is necessary to the passenger's mental health or treatment or to assist the passenger with his or her disability; and (3) that the individual providing the assessment of the passenger is a licensed mental-health professional and the passenger is under his or her professional care. Emotional support animals must be trained and behave properly within the airport and on the aircraft. Passengers traveling with an emotional support animal cannot sit in an emergency exit seat. Emotional Support Animal ID tags can help make your airline travel hassle free. Our customers have flown without confrontation on these airlines and many more...
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Unlike cheap laminated cards, ours are made of durable plastic thicker than credit cards with the ink infused into the plastic so it can't chip off. Our regular size tags measure 3.375" x 2.125" (85.6mm x 54mm) - standard credit card size. Our new small tags are just the right size smaller dogs and measure 2.125" x 1.125".
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Posted by Judy Feldman on 18th Jul 2015
The vest fits my dog very well. When I put it on him he appears to be comfortable. He has a large mole on his neck and the vest does not rub on it. This is great because it saves me approximately $1200 to have it removed. The ESA is very visible and no one questions why he is wearing. The tags are visible and easy to see.
Posted by Jessicca on 26th Sep 2014
The vest fits my ESA dog perfectly, and traveling with her is much easier now. I was slightly disappointed with the ID's, only because the wording on the back of the large ID is kind of blurred. In my opinion, it makes it look less professional. However, the picture and the front of the ID's all look great!
Posted by Kristen on 11th Aug 2014
The vest is great. Good quality and very nice looking. The only downside is that even the small size is too large for my 6lb yorkie. I wish it were more adjustable.
Posted by Debbie on 15th May 2014
I am very pleased with the product. I would recommend making a smaller size. I had to re-adjust it to make it fit my miniature Rat Terrier. It was well worth the money and the quality of the product was impressive. I have not used it as of yet for travel but reading others reports am confident it will prove helpful for me.
Posted by Unknown on 12th May 2014
The tags are strong and professional looking, the hologram wasn't worth the extra cost, it is very light and you almost can't even tell it's there. The vest fits well and it didn't move around, more testing will follow.
Posted by Sara on 17th Apr 2014
After purchasing two other vests for this one from Amazon, I was finally happy. The ones from Amazon never came as described. This vest is high quality material, the exact size as listed, and very easy to get on and off over my dog's normal collar.
The ID tags are perfect and a very high quality as well.
I would highly recommend this product.
Posted by Miriam on 31st Mar 2014
I liked the tags very much. But the vest really should have a harness and not just straps on the sides.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Feb 2014
The tags are great! The vest is still quite large for my dog. I have an 8lb chihuahua and the 8-17lb vest is large and bulky adjusted all the way down. I would recommend doing a smaller size vest. But very happy overall.
Posted by Betsy on 22nd Dec 2013
The entire package is of good quality and value. Exceeded my expectations.My pooch did not have a bit of trouble traveling with me and was respected by the TSA and fellow flyers.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Dec 2013
Outstanding product and customer service. I was really worried my items would not make it in time for my flight but it actually arrived within 4 days of my order. I did my order on line and called to follow up and ask a question. They are very polite and honest. I highly recommend them.
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