Dog stickers can provide a service—like window decals that let firefighters and emergency responders know that pets are present. You can also find service dog stickers to indicate working, emotional support and therapy dogs.
If you have a service dog and wonder where to get service dog stickers, you can find them commercially and don’t need a special license to obtain them. It’s important to note that the ADA defines service dogs as “individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability.” This differs from emotional support animals, who provide comfort but are not trained to perform a specific job or task. Though both roles are important, you should not try to pass off an untrained dog or emotional support animal as a service dog.