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This Mobility Dog Engraved ID Tag is about 2" X 1.5" rectangle shape. This Mobility Dog Engraved ID Tag features easy-to-read lettering "Mobility Service Dog"
This engraved Mobility Dog Engraved ID Tag is made of scratch-resistant Tuff-Tec plastic and is extremely durable and the words will not rub off, wear off or fade.
This ID tag is ideal to hang on your service dog vest, your dog's collar, put it on your leash or pet carrier luggage.
*color of tag may vary
Mobility assistance dogs perform such a variety of numerous tasks for their human partners, it is impossible to list them all. Mobility service dogs are unique to their owner’s needs. These service dogs can be trained to jump up and bump the buttons on automatic doors, retrieve dropped items, or bring out of reach items to their handlers, such as a phone or shoes. Service mobility dogs that will be with someone in a wheelchair can assist them by pulling a wheelchair up a ramp if necessary or just helping them along so they don’t have to do as much work.
Mobility service dogs can also serve as a brace for people who need some support or may suffer from balance and strength issues. A mobility assistance dog can be trained to tug open doors and then close them again, turn your lights on and off, and even summon help by finding another person in the house. A mobility assistance dog is an invaluable helper to its handler as he or she quietly helps with tasks that would be difficult or impossible for them to do on their own.
Note: Individuals with Disabilities who are accompanied by Service Dogs have public access rights under the ADA law to enter public property with their Service Dog. A dog that is trained to perform tasks that aids and helps with its handler's disability is a Service Dog.
Therapy Dogs do not fall under ADA public access rights. A Therapy Dog is one that comforts the needs of others, such as visiting nursing homes, hospitals, schools, etc.
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