Service dogs are well-trained animals that provide a variety of services. Each service dog is trained to provide a service to someone with a disability, allowing them to live their everyday life without as much trouble. Since these animals are so vital to normal life for so many people, they are given special permissions to do things that a pet cannot. However, with these permissions come restrictions. To ensure that service dogs are being properly used, they are subject to certain regulations. ADA service dog regulations are the rules that allow these special circumstances to happen, these are the regulations that govern what a service animal is, what it does, and what is expected of it.