National Service Dog is committed to provide animal registration for people with physical or mental disabilities. The aim of this project is to make life brighter and happier for those people who find themselves vulnerable and unprotected in today's society, and to do so with the help of dogs, "graduates" of shelters for homeless animals.
In the world there are a lot of disadvantaged and vulnerable social groups. For example, 30% of the population are people over 65 years. This is a social group that is extremely vulnerable, socially isolated and economically untenable. As a result, people suffer from constant depression and loneliness, not to mention other problems. In addition, there are other groups, such as orphans, the disabled, hospice patients, newly adopted children, children with serious illnesses, and many others. On the other hand, in the world there is a vast number of overcrowded shelters for homeless animals, where hundreds of thousands of dogs and cats live and die every day. At present there is no comprehensive solution for both problems. And National Service Dog is intended to draw attention both to the vulnerable social groups, and homeless animals.
A huge amount of research has shown that animals have a positive effect on mental and physical condition of the person, and in the field of animal health are increasingly being used. On website National Service Dog, you can register your pet and choose from three different certifications: Emotional Support Animal, Service Dog and Therapy Dog. The type of certification which is suitable for you depends on your documented disability. Emotional Support Animals are helping individuals with emotional problems or depression, providing comfort and support. You can qualify for this certification if you have depression, anxiety, bipolar/mood disorders, panic attacks and other psychological or emotional conditions. Service Dog will help in performing some functions for persons which are limited by a disability. You can qualify for this certification if you have visual impairment, hearing impairment, mobility issues, diabetes, seizures, epilepsy, autism, multiple sclerosis and other physical or mental disabilities. Therapy Dogs offer comfort and positive effects on individuals in hospitals, nurse homes, hospices and other facilities.
Due to the National Service Dog registration, your pet will be registered for its lifetime. Along with registration you will get high quality ID card with the photo of your pet and ADA rights printed on the back. Once you register on the website and buy a certificate, your electronic ID card will be emailed within 24-48 hours and you can print it before your laminated card will arrive.
Company: National Service Dog
Contact Name: Mike Robinson
Address: PO BOX 512, Villanova, PA
Phone: (800) 782-4021