- Vest has patches sewn on as pictured above
- One round "Please Don't Pet Me" patches
- One crescent "Service Dog" patches
- Highest quality
- Professionally sewn patches
- Designed for lightweight comfort
- Two layers of durable nylon
- Release snaps are lightweight and heavy duty
- Zippered pockets have easy to use large rubber pulls
- Reflective strip for safety
- Front strap goes over head, back strap snaps securely around the rib cage
- Hand wash, drip dry
- Made in USA
With our Ready to Wear vest you'll be ready to go out the moment you open your package. We've taken our most popular vest colors/sizes and paired them with patches already sewn on. If you don't see what you need on this page, look at the rest of our Ready to Wear vests. We also have all our vests and patchesavailable individually so you can create your own combination. Keep in mind that we do not do custom sewing. If you don't find what you need in our Ready to Wear area, you'll need to order the vests and patches you need and either glue them on yourself or find a local person that can sew them on for you.
We know you want your Service Dog or Therapy Dog to look professional and neat when you go out. We are pleased to offer you these high quality vests. We know that you and your dog will be pleased. The vest is designed for long lasting wear and comfort for your dog. A reflective strip is on each vest for added nighttime safety. You won't find a better fit for your dog any where. The colors are beautiful and the vest is durable for long service. You can hand wash the vest and hang it to dry. Snaps and zipper pulls are for easy open and close. The vest is often referred to as a service dog cape.
Service Dog Vest Sizing Instructions
The most important thing you can do to make sure you order the right vest is to measure your dog using these instructions. If you don't measure, you're taking a chance that you'll have to return it and reorder. Measure your dog once and you'll be done!
|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.
NOTE: If you have a really small dog, the Tiny vest can be altered to fit. Cut a strip out and sew it back together with a sewing machine. This will allow you to go down to a 9 inch girth.
|Your dog's girth||Order this size||Item #|
|13 - 16 inches
|16 - 23 inches
|23 - 29 inches
|29 - 35 inches
|35 - 39 inches
|39 - 45 inches
Does each color have a special meaning?
No. There is no regulation that says your dog has to wear a certain color of service vest or cape. Blue and Red vests are our most popular. We encourage you to pick a few colors that best fits you and your service dog's style.
We do not print, embroider, or install patches. We leave that up to you so you can make sure it's done just the way you want it. We do have Ready-to-Wear Service & Therapy Dog Vests
in the most popular combinations.
What is a Service Dog?
The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) defines a service animal as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. If your animal meets this definition, your animal is considered a service animal under the ADA regardless of whether the animal has been licensed or certified by a state or local government. A service animal is not a pet. If your Service Dog is well behaved, it cannot be excluded from a business. For all the information regarding Service Animals, visit the ADA website.
What is a Therapy Dog?
A Therapy animal gives its heart to making people feel better. A Therapy Dog gives smiles and hope to people in hospitals and long term nursing care, children who need extra love, to shut-ins, and to anyone who needs the caring only a dog can give. Bless them every one.
It is fraudulent to represent your dog as a service animal if it is not.
Some State and local laws also define service animal more broadly than the ADA does. Information about such laws can be obtained from the State attorney general's office, or one can visit the ADA website
for find out more information on service dogs.