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Package of 30 SD/TD/ESA Cards

Package of 30 SD/TD/ESA Cards

Package of 30 SD/TD/ESA Cards

Package of 30 SD/TD/ESA Cards

Package of 30 SD/TD/ESA Cards

Package of 30 SD/TD/ESA Cards

Package of 30 SD/TD/ESA Cards

Package of 30 SD/TD/ESA Cards


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Price: $11.99



Description:

The Package of 30 ADA/FAA Cards contain contact and access information. They are color printed on both sides using heavy card stock paper. They are not laminated.

Perfect for helping others understand your rights as a disabled handler of a service dog

Cards come in a zip-lock, reusable bag

Note on Service vs. Therapy Dogs:
Service Dogs are dogs that perform a task for their disabled handler. The handler has public access rights with a Service Dog and they are protected under Federal ADA law, and allowed to enter public property with their Service Dog. (Handler must be considered disabled and the dog must perform a task.)
Therapy Dogs are dogs that meet the needs of others (such as visiting people in nursing homes, hospitals, pet therapy work, and reading groups, etc.) Handlers do not have ADA public access rights with Therapy Dogs and must have permission from an establishment to enter.

Emotional Support Dogs: A person must have a note from a licensed mental health professional in order to legally have an ESA dog. These dogs provide an increased comfort level for their owner, particularly in social situations. These dogs do not have ADA public access rights but they are allowed to fly with their owners and qualify for no-pet housing.