Custom ID Cards

 Need To Register Your Dog?  Click Here

Sort by:
  • 3D brings your 2D photos to life.  Personalized Pet Memorials and Sympathy Gifts are well received by all, and they become a permanent fixture in the homes of your loved ones.  Or maybe you want a permanent beautiful display of you with your pet.

The amazing 3D effect is so real and lifelike.  Unlike a flat 2D image, e.g. a traditional photograph, 3D gives a full impression of the pet or person. From different angles you see them inside the crystal in 3D, so you can look at any side of the crystal to get different perspectives of the subject(s). Your photographs will almost be like real life captured into a crystal.  

Your standard 2 dimensional photo will be converted into a 3 dimensional crystal display using the very latest 3D programming PCL conversion tool. This program allows the conversion to be deeper set then most traditional conversions giving you a more authentic 3D description of the person or pet.
    3D Photo Crystals $79.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    3D brings your 2D photos to life.  Personalized Pet Memorials and Sympathy Gifts are well received by all, and they become a permanent fixture in the homes of your loved ones.  Or maybe you...
  • Service Dog: Severe Allergy Alert Dogs (AADs)
Job: To alert their handler to life-threatening allergens that may be in the area, especially tree nuts, gluten or shellfish
Handler: May or may not have visible signs of disability
Gear: Allergen Alert Dogs typically wear a vest with pockets for emergency information, medical information and/or medication. For their handler’s safety in the event of an emergency and to ensure fast and accurate medical care, AADs should sport a patch that says, “IN EVENT OF EMERGENCY CHECK POCKETS.”

 
Notes: Often partnered with children, but can be seen partnered with any person with a life-threatening allergy. Most Allergen Alert Dogs carry medical information and emergency protocol in their vest or on a USB key attached to their collar.
    Allergy Alert Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
      Service Dog: Severe Allergy Alert Dogs (AADs) Job: To alert their handler to life-threatening allergens that may be in the area, especially tree nuts, gluten or shellfish Handler: May or may not have visible signs...
  • Service Dog: Autism Assistance Dogs
Job: To assist in calming and grounding an individual on the autism spectrum via tactile or deep pressure stimulation. May also assist in teaching life skills, maintaining boundaries or finding a “runner.”
Handler: Likely to be a child, but could be older. May or may not show visible signs of disability, and may or may not be verbal.
Gear: Autism Assistance Dogs don’t have distinguishing gear. If a dog’s partner is young and non-verbal, the dog should carry emergency protocol and contact information in his vest.
    Autism Assistance Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service Dog: Autism Assistance Dogs Job: To assist in calming and grounding an individual on the autism spectrum via tactile or deep pressure stimulation. May also assist in teaching life skills, maintaining boundaries or...
  • Emotional support dogs are dogs that provide comfort and support in forms of affection and companionship for an individual suffering from various mental and emotional conditions. An emotional support dog is not required to perform any specific tasks for a disability like service dogs are. They are meant solely for emotional stability and unconditional love. They can assist with conditions such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder/mood disorder, panic attacks, fear/phobias, and other psychological and emotional conditions.
    Canadian Emotional Support ID Card $55.00 Add To Cart
    Emotional support dogs are dogs that provide comfort and support in forms of affection and companionship for an individual suffering from various mental and emotional conditions. An emotional support dog is not required to...
  • Service dogs are dogs that have been individually trained to perform a specific task for individuals who have disabilities. The disabilities can vary greatly, and so do the tasks that the service dogs perform. Service dogs can aid in navigation for people who are hearing- and visually impaired, assist an individual who is having a seizure, calm an individual who suffers from Post-Traumatic

Stress Disorder, and even dial 911 in the event of an emergency. Many disabled individuals depend on them every day to help them live their everyday lives.
    Canadian Service Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    ID CARDS DO NOT EXPIRE Our Customized Service Dog ID Badge gives you and your dog credibility by clearly stating that your dog is a Service Dog, Emotional Support Dog Or Therapy Dog.  This ID Badge...
  • Therapy dogs are dogs that are used to bring comfort and joy to those who are ill or under poor conditions, such as those who have been affected by a natural disaster. Many people are able to connect with dogs and feel the love that they provide, and this has a therapeutic effect on them. Therapy dogs are generally very calm and well-behaved, so that they do not upset or make uncomfortable those around them.
    Canadian Therapy Dog ID Card $55.00 Add To Cart
    Therapy dogs are dogs that are used to bring comfort and joy to those who are ill or under poor conditions, such as those who have been affected by a natural disaster. Many people are able to connect with dogs and feel the...
  • To alert their handler to dangerous or potentially deadly blood sugar highs and lows. Many dogs are trained to call 911 on a special K-9 Alert Phone if their partner cannot be roused.
    Diabetic Alert Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service Dog: Diabetic Alert Dogs (DADs)   Job: To alert their handler to dangerous or potentially deadly blood sugar highs and lows. Many dogs are trained to call 911 on a special K-9 Alert Phone if their partner...
  • We are proud to offer this amazing service — it’s super simple to design your own ID with professional looking results!  It’s 100% secure, safe and legal.  The best part, we’ve made it so simple … Just fill out the form and use the upload button to add a photo of your dog.  Just a few clicks and you are on your way to taking control of your freedom — Bring your dog anywhere, knowing you hold the proper identification to prove they are with you to perform their official duty.
    DIGITAL PHOTO ID FOR SMART PHONES $35.00 Choose Options Choose Options
      MAKE DIGITAL I.D. CARDS — IT’S EASY! Go anywhere with confidence carry an official service or support I.D. Card to designate your dog’s assistance to you...
  • Service Dog: Wheelchair Assistance Dogs
Job: To assist their partner by retrieving dropped objects, opening doors, retrieving the phone, helping with transfers or anything else their partner may need.
Handler: Is in a wheelchair. May or may not be ambulatory at times.
Gear: No special gear required, but many wear a special harness to assist in pulling a chair or opening a door.

 

Notes: Wheelchair Assistance Dogs can vary widely in trained tasks and actual job.
    Emotional Support Dogs $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Emotional support dogs are dogs that provide comfort and support in forms of affection and companionship for an individual suffering from various mental and emotional conditions. An emotional support dog is not required to...
  • Federal Law Information Card
    Federal Law Information Card $24.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Product Description Our ADA information card features great information from the U.S. Federal Law regarding your rights when accompanied by your Service Dog. This Federal Card has proven to be a great tool to show those...
  • Service Dog: Hearing Dogs
Job: To alert their Deaf handler to specifically trained environmental sounds, including, but not limited to, alarms, doorbells, knocking, phones, cars or their name.
Handler: Likely won’t show signs of disability. May or may not speak verbal English.
Gear: Hearing Dogs don’t require special gear, but many state laws designate bright orange as reserved for Hearing Dogs.
    Hearing Assist Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service Dog: Hearing Dogs Job: To alert their Deaf handler to specifically trained environmental sounds, including, but not limited to, alarms, doorbells, knocking, phones, cars or their name. Handler: Likely won’t...
  • Add this to your cart. You will be glad you did.
    ID Card Holder $14.99 Add To Cart
    ID Badges/Cards are sold separately. The Clip-On ID carrier is the perfect addition to your  vest. Construction of this small 3" x 4" carrier comes from a durable synthetic leather border and a clear vinyl window. The...
  • Service Dog: Medical Alert Dogs (MADs)
Job: To alert their handler to dangerous physiological changes such as blood pressure, hormone levels or another verifiable, measurable bodily symptom.
Handler: May or may not show signs of disability.
Gear: Depending on the handler’s disability, the dog may or may not have specialized gear.
Public Access Level: Required
Notes: Medical Alert Dogs’ jobs and functions can vary widely. Also, all DADs are Medical Alert Dogs, but not all Medical Alert Dogs are DADs.
    Medical Alert Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service Dog: Medical Alert Dogs (MADs) Job: To alert their handler to dangerous physiological changes such as blood pressure, hormone levels or another verifiable, measurable bodily symptom. Handler: May or may not show...
  • Service Dog: Physical Assistance Dog
Job: A physical assistance dog is a service dog trained to assist a person who has mobility issues, which may include being wheelchair-dependent. Among other tasks such as “providing balance and stability” and “pulling wheelchairs or carrying and picking up things for persons with mobility impairments”, a mobility assistance dog can be trained to open and close doors, and operate light switches, and can “have a major positive impact on the lives of recipients”.[3]
Handler: a physically disabled person who has mobility issues, which may include being wheelchair-dependent
Gear: These dogs usually wear a certain kind of vest so that you can attach a cane like handle. This makes it so that when the dog walks and you hold the handle, the dog will guide you and assist with balance.
    Physical Assist Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service Dog: Physical Assistance Dog Job: A physical assistance dog is a service dog trained to assist a person who has mobility issues, which may include being wheelchair-dependent. Among other tasks such...
  • Service Dog: Medical Alert Dogs (MADs)
Job: To assist their handler and provide support dealing with the emotional and psychological issues related to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Handler: May or may not show signs of disability.
Gear: No specialized gear
Public Access Level: Required

Notes: A growing number of veterans, military personnel, law enforcement and other stress related fields are affected each year.
    PTSD Assistance Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service Dog: Medical Alert Dogs (MADs) Job: To assist their handler and provide support dealing with the emotional and psychological issues related to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Handler: May or may not show...
  • Service Dog: Seizure Alert / Response Dogs
Job: To respond to their handler’s seizures via trained tasks. The dog may retrieve medication, utilize deep pressure stimulation to end a seizure early, fetch a nearby person to help or call 911. Other trained tasks are common as well.
Handler: May or may not show signs of physical disability.
Gear: Typically no special gear required.

 

Notes: Seizure Alert Dogs fall under this category. Please keep in mind that you cannot train a Seizure Response Dog to alert to seizures — it must be something the dog comes to do naturally via association with their human partner and an intuitive nature.
    Seizure Alert/Response Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service Dog: Seizure Alert / Response Dogs Job: To respond to their handler’s seizures via trained tasks. The dog may retrieve medication, utilize deep pressure stimulation to end a seizure early, fetch a nearby...
  • Service dogs are dogs that have been individually trained to perform a specific task for individuals who have disabilities. The disabilities can vary greatly, and so do the tasks that the service dogs perform. Service dogs can aid in navigation for people who are hearing- and visually impaired, assist an individual who is having a seizure, calm an individual who suffers from Post-Traumatic

Stress Disorder, and even dial 911 in the event of an emergency. Many disabled individuals depend on them every day to help them live their everyday lives.
    Service Dogs $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service dogs are dogs that have been individually trained to perform a specific task for individuals who have disabilities. The disabilities can vary greatly, and so do the tasks that the service dogs perform. Service dogs...
  • Therapy dogs are dogs that are used to bring comfort and joy to those who are ill or under poor conditions, such as those who have been affected by a natural disaster. Many people are able to connect with dogs and feel the love that they provide, and this has a therapeutic effect on them. Therapy dogs are generally very calm and well-behaved, so that they do not upset or make uncomfortable those around them.
    Therapy Dogs $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Therapy dogs are dogs that are used to bring comfort and joy to those who are ill or under poor conditions, such as those who have been affected by a natural disaster. Many people are able to connect with dogs and feel the...
  • Service Dog: Visual Assistance Dogs
Job: To guide their partially visually impaired or blind handler.
Handler: May or may not show signs of visible disability.
Gear: Visual Assistance Dogs will wear a guide dog harness, typically of which at least some part is white. White is the color protected for use by guide dogs and visually impaired individuals.

 

Notes: Visual Assistance Dogs are commonly called “Guide Dogs” or “Leader Dogs.” Most are Labs, Golden’s or German Shepherds, but they can be any sturdy, even-tempered, medium or large breed dog.
    Visual Assistance Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service Dog: Visual Assistance Dogs Job: To guide their partially visually impaired or blind handler. Handler: May or may not show signs of visible disability. Gear: Visual Assistance Dogs will wear a guide dog harness,...
  • Service Dog: Wheelchair Assistance Dogs
Job: To assist their partner by retrieving dropped objects, opening doors, retrieving the phone, helping with transfers or anything else their partner may need.
Handler: Is in a wheelchair. May or may not be ambulatory at times.
Gear: No special gear required, but many wear a special harness to assist in pulling a chair or opening a door.

 

Notes: Wheelchair Assistance Dogs can vary widely in trained tasks and actual job.
    Wheel chair Assist Dog ID Card $55.00 Choose Options Choose Options
    Service Dog: Wheelchair Assistance Dogs Job: To assist their partner by retrieving dropped objects, opening doors, retrieving the phone, helping with transfers or anything else their partner may need. Handler: Is in a...
×
×