Service Animal

The ADA mandates Service animals and handler have full access to all public places. It's the law. The FHAct mandates that ESA Animals and Handler have "reasonable accommodation", as required by Federal Law. Therapy animals should be granted access to public places where they provide psychological and physiological therapy to individuals

Dogs Name:

Noah Asher Giddings

U S Service Dog Registry No:



Active Duty

Noah Asher Giddings

Handlers Name:

Tatiana Michaeline Giddings

Chip 981020037117277

1126 Nebraska Avenue NE

Salem, OR 97301


Tatiana Michaeline

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Under the "American's with Disability" Act (ADA), all businesses and organizations who serve the public must allow people with disabilities to bring their service animals in all areas of the facility where people are normally allowed to go. The ADA defines a service animals as dogs that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability. Service Dogs are considered service animals under the ADA regardless of whether they have been licensed or certified by state or local government.

For questions concerning Service or Assistance's Animals, please visit or call the US Department of Justice ADA info line at: (Voice) 800-514-0301 or (TDD) 800-514-0383