National Service Animal Registry

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Our service dog registration process couldn't be simpler or quicker. We'll show you how to make your dog a service dog - and at an affordable cost. National Service Animal Registry makes the service dog registration process intuitive and gives you a variety of choices to fit any budget. Our professionally designed service dog and ESA registration kits, like our service dog and ESA products are USA-made - and we back them with a 100% money back guarantee. Click here to find out how to make your dog a service dog!Our Customer Support Specialists can answer all your questions about how to register your animal as a service, emotional support, or therapy animal. Every NSAR specialist is highly trained on the laws that affect you and your animal's rights, and can help prepare you.

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National Service Animal Registry:

National Service Animal Registry “Helping Animals Help People Since 1995”

Make Your Dog a Service Dog:

Make Your Dog a Service Dog What is Service Dog : Service dogs are dogs (and in some cases, miniature horses) trained to perform major life tasks to assist people with physical or severe psychiatric impairments/disabilities. Service dogs are sometimes referred to as assistance animals, assist animals, support animals, or helper animals depending on the country and the animal's function.

How To Qualify::

How To Qualify: Emotional Support Animals Service Dogs Psychiatric Service Dogs Therapy Animals

ESA REGISTRATION AND YOUR RIGHTS :

ESA REGISTRATION AND YOUR RIGHTS ESA registration is easy, quick, and affordable, and this page will provide you with the answers you need to be informed about our ESA registration process. This page also covers your legal rights and protections with your emotional support animal to help you live with your pet in no pet housing with no fee and to fly with your ESA in the cabin of an aircraft without being charged a pet fee.

Service Dog Registration and Your Rights :

Service Dog Registration and Your Rights Service dog registration is a simple process, and we'll provide the answers you need to be completely informed about our service dog registration process. We will also cover your legal rights and protections with your registered service dog to help you live with your pet in no pet housing with NO FEE and fly with your service dog in the cabin of an aircraft without being charged a pet fee.

Psychiatric Service Dogs:

Psychiatric Service Dogs A psychiatric Service Dog is simply a service dog for a person with a psychiatric impairment, like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). These dogs are individually trained in obedience, performing tasks, and working in distracting public environments to mitigate their handler's psychiatric disability. Their function is not to provide emotional support, but to perform tasks which enable their partner to function in ordinary ways the non-disabled take for granted.

Therapy Animals :

Therapy Animals Many people confuse Therapy Animals with Service Dogs or emotional support animals. A therapy animal is most commonly a dog (but can be cats and other species) that has been obedience trained and screened for its ability to interact favorably with humans and other animals. The primary purpose of a therapy animal is to provide affection and comfort to people in hospitals, retirement homes, nursing homes, schools, hospices, disaster areas, and to people with learning difficulties.

Service Dog Registration - 2 Easy Steps :

Service Dog Registration - 2 Easy Steps The service dog registration process is a simple 2-step process: Determine which you qualify for: A service dog or an emotional support animal (ESA). We'll help you with this. Select which service dog registration or ESA registration kit you want: We have a registration kit for every budget. Upload the image of your pet, and within a few days, our professional service dog registration kit or ESA registration kit will be in your hands.

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