Service dogs detect seizures and allergies, sense diabetes, and support people with autism and mental health issues.
Therapy dogs help improve the lives of people living in assisted care facilities, special needs homes, nursing homes, or prisons.
While you don’t legally need to certify your dog, it’s easier to show documentation rather than get into a legal argument about service dogs.
When you train your pet for college, scope out your living situation to make sure it’s suitable for the animal’s size and nature.
The ADA requires businesses to accommodate service animals in the workplace. Service dogs help people with a variety of disabilities daily.
A registered service dog provides more flexibility. The registration process is relatively short and free of hassle, with quick results.
Service dog training requirements include training to pass obedience and public access tests. Then you need to secure a service dog certificate.
If you have an ESA, know that there are emotional support animal regulations to protect your need for your pet, if you follow the rules.