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You spoke and we listened! Our ADA Law handout information cards are here. Conveniently packaged in sets of 50, these cards will give a quick, yet thorough, overview of the federal law with regards to service dogs.
These cards are made from a thick cardstock and coated with a glossy UV coating so they are durable, yet still inexpensive. They measure 2"x3.5".
We have made these 50 packs extremely affordable so the cards can be handed out to business owners, employees and even the general public. Together, we can help educate the general public about the importance of service animals and how the handlers of these dogs are protected by our country’s legislation.
The front of the card states the law as well as contact information for the United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division. The backside of the card features the most common questions and answers with regards to service dog access rights.
It is important to understand that ESAs (Emotional Support Animals) and Therapy Dogs are not protected under the ADA. These cards are strictly for compliant service animals.
There are 8 review(s) for this product
Very well done and easy to read. Many people do not understand the reasons SD's are needed. The Public needs to be informed. Best info. card I have seen available.
Very affordable , great way to get the word out about our service dogs.So many places are misinformed.
by John Torres
A useful tool to use for spreading the info on service animals
by Richard Lewis
The cards are heavy stock with a glossy finish. The information on these cards is clear and concise. They will surely be of great use to me. Thank you!
They say it all for you
by Jack F
There are many uninformed people and businesses in regards to Service Dogs. These cards are a God send. Now when we are asked to leave establishments, I just pull out a card. I carry 5 at all times.
It's best to carry more than one card
These cards make it much easier for me to explain service dogs to people.