Assistance Dog Identification Card - (Double sided)
Price  £10.99
Double sided?  Yes
Product:  Assistance Dog Identification Card

Equality Act 2010 Compliant: The Ultimate Assistance Dog ID Card for Disabled Dog Owners

Introducing our Assistance Dog Identification Card, the ideal solution for disabled dog owners looking to navigate public spaces with peace of mind. In compliance with the Equality Act 2010, this double-sided card serves as a reliable form of identification for your assistance dog.

What's on the Card?

The front of the card features a photo of your dog, along with their name, breed, and date of birth. This makes it straightforward to identify your dog as an assistance animal. Your name, as the owner, is also clearly displayed on the front, along with a mention of the Equality Act 2010 for easy reference.

On the back, you'll find another photo of your dog, a magnetic strip for added functionality, and a signature strip for you, the owner, to sign. The Equality Act 2010 is mentioned again for clarity and reassurance.

What is an Assistance Dog?

An assistance dog is a specially trained canine that helps individuals with disabilities perform tasks they might find challenging. They're not just pets; they're working animals that provide invaluable help to their owners.

Compliance with the Equality Act 2010

In the UK, the Equality Act 2010 provides legal protections for disabled individuals and their service animals. The law ensures that disabled individuals have the same rights to services, employment, and public accommodations as anyone else. Our Assistance Dog Identification Card helps you demonstrate that your dog is a legitimate service animal, thus giving you the right to access public spaces without hindrance.

How to Register Your Dog as a Service Dog in the UK

Registration for service dogs is not a legal requirement in the UK, but having an Assistance Dog Identification Card like ours adds an extra layer of credibility and reassurance when accessing services and public areas.


  • Are Assistance Dogs Allowed Everywhere?
    Under the Equality Act 2010, they generally are, but individual circumstances may vary.

  • Can Any Dog Be an Assistance Dog?
    Not necessarily. The dog must be trained to assist with specific tasks related to the owner’s disability.

  • Can I Train My Dog to Be an Assistance Dog in the UK?
    Yes, though it's often recommended to go through a recognised organisation to ensure adequate training.

  • Do Assistance Dogs Have to Wear Jackets?
    No, it's not a legal requirement, but it can help identify the dog as a service animal.

  • Is an Emotional Support Dog an Assistance Dog?
    No, emotional support dogs are not recognised as assistance dogs under UK law.  We do offer Emotional Support Dog Cards, you can find them in our Assistance Aniomal Cards Category.  

Our Assistance Dog Identification Card is not only functional but also made from biodegradable plastic, making it a responsible choice for the environment.

Order yours today to make navigating life with your assistance dog easier and more secure.

Tags:   assistance-animals
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