United States Service Animal Registrar
The United States Service Animal Registrar is the largest service animal registry. Their website explains the benefits of registering and provides animal ID cards for a fee. Third parties can also verify service animal registration at this site.
Service Animal Resource Hub
Provides comprehensive information about living with a service animal, traveling or taking a service animal to work, what to do in emergency situations, and other topics. See Service Animal Resource Hub (via ADA National Network).
ADA Requirements: Service Animals
Provides a brief overview of ADA regulations regarding service animals, distinguishing service dogs from other animals. See ADA Requirements: Service Animals (via U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division).
ADA Service Dog Laws
Provides a useful overview of the ADA regulations regarding service dogs, including the difference between service dogs and emotional support dogs. Discusses dogs only, not other types of animals. See ADA Service Dog Laws (via Service Dog Certifications).
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