Service Dog In Training Mesh Vest Starter Kit

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Service Dog In Training Mesh Vest Starter Kit

There is a lot to consider when you start out with a service dog. At SitStay, service dogs are our specialty! That’s why we’ve handpicked our most popular and requested service dog products and bundled them together including everything you might need and the added bonus of a discount! Win-win for you and your service dog in training! 

We understand that you are busy and your time is precious. It is our mission to help both you and your hard working service dog be the best team possible. It starts with the right gear. 

Your Service Dog Kit Will Include:

  • Service Dog Mesh Vest
  • "Service Dog In Training" Removable Patches
  • Service Dog In Training ID Card Personalized with Your Dog's Information
  • 25 Service Dog Definition and ADA Guideline Cards

  • Service and Therapy Dog Mesh Vest

    First, you need a vest. At SitStay we believe high quality, functionality, and durability - the same traits that make a great service dog - make great service dog vests! This bundle includes our most popular style of mesh vest in the most popular colors! 

    Vest Features: 

    • Popular colors
    • Lightweight mesh
    • Durable and lightweight buckles

    Service Dog Sizing Information

    The most important thing you can do to make sure you order the right vest is to measure your dog using these instructions.

    Use a soft fabric measuring tape. Measure all the way around the rib cage, full circle. Just like a saddle fits a horse. Your dog must be standing.

    Small: Girth 13"-16"

    Use Size A (1" x 2.75") patches

    Medium: Girth 17"-21"

    Use Size A (1" x 2.75") patches

    Large: Girth 22"-29"

    Use Size B (1.5" x 4") patches

    Extra Large: Girth 30"-38"

    Use Size C (2" x 6") patches

    Service Dog In Training Identification Card

    Next, our customers have told us that having personalized ID cards help to alleviate confusion so we designed service dog ID cards. These ID cards are not required by law but help to identify your dog as a working service dog.  

    With your Service Dog In Training Starter Kit, you will receive one high-quality 2-15/16" x 4-1/8" identification card with a hole punch for lanyard or alligator clip. (Lanyard and clips sold separately.)

    Each Service Dog In Training ID Card is made to order with your dog's name, your name, city, state, and phone number.  We recommend including a headshot style picture of your dog for a classy (and super cute) touch. 

    Service Dog In Training Removable Patches

    Finally, you need patches for the vest.  Embroidered patches have velcro for easy removal and cleaning to help keep the stink away. Three sizes are available to accommodate all dogs big and small.

    • Removable velcro
    • Durable embroidery
    • Large lettering
    • Easy clean 

    Service Dog Definition & ADA Guideline Cards

    This service dog information card is a simple tool for service dog owners to use when entering a business. These cards were designed to ease the burden of having to remember and relay the federal guidelines that go along with owning a service dog.

    With your service dog bundle, you will receive 25 cards. This service dog card measures 3.5" x 2", the same size as a standard business card. It has two sides with two sets of information. This card is designed to fit easily in the pockets of your new service dog vest.

    Service Dog Definition - Side One

    On one side of this card, it says "I'm a Service Dog" and indicates what that means. This side also has a toll free phone number to the U.S. Department of Justice should the business owner have any questions.

    ADA Guidelines for Service Dogs - Side Two

    On the flip side of the card is a summary of the Americans with Disabilities Act as it relates to Service Dogs. It outlines the questions businesses can ask about a service animal and which questions they can’t ask you.

    Please Note: It is fraudulent to represent your dog as a service animal if it is not. Check out our service dog information page for more information.