Assistance Dog Photo ID Double Sided Card

Assistance Dog Photo ID Double Sided Card with Equality Guide QR code

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Let us know here the name of the dog and the

name of the handler.  Please email the photograph

to images@thecardproject.uk  

Please also let us know here if you want a hole

punched into the card.

£9.99

Assistance Dog Photo double sided ID Card with Equality Guide QR code

By law, assistance Dogs are permitted accompany their owner in public places as set out in the Equality Act 2010. This card is personalised with a photo of your dog, your dogs name and your name. The front of the card has a QR code which takes you to the Equality and Human Rights Commission and their guide to assistance dogs (handy if anyone ever voices any doubts). The rear of the card has excerpts from the guide setting out discrimination points and guidance. It also has a magnetic strip and signature strip that you can sign.

Please fill in the personalisation box letting us know your name and your dogs name and then email their photo to us at images@thecardproject.uk

This card is double sided and made from biodegradable Plastic and is 86mm by 54mm which is the same as a credit card (3.38 inches by 2.13 inches)

The back of the card text is as follows and is taken from the Equality and Human Rights Commissions guide to assistance dogs :-

Most Assistance dogs are recognisable by a harness or jacket.  However, the law does not require this to identify it as an assistance dog.  Disabled people who use assistance dogs quite often experience discrimination that prevents them from doing everyday things other people take for granted. A disability is defined by the Equality Act 2010 as "a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on the ability to carry out normal day to day activities.  
It is unlawful for a service provider to discriminate against a disabled person.

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