In the workplace, service animals do not have a definition in the way that they do under Titles II and III of the ADA. Rather, they are considered a "reasonable accommodation." Further information about service animals in general is available in our Toolkit for People with Disabilities.
- Northwest ADA Center: Service Animals as an Employment Accommodation
- Northwest ADA Center: Reasonable Accommodations in the Workplace
- Northwest ADA Center: Service Animals: Frequently Asked Questions
- Northwest ADA Center: Service Animal Comparison Sheet
- ADA National Network: Service Animals
- ADA National Network: Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals: Where are they allowed and under what conditions?
- Department of Justice: Service Animals
Pet Partners: Service Animal Basics
Service Dog Central
JAN: Accommodation and Compliance: Service Animals as Workplace Accommodations
International Association of Assistance Dog Partners (IAADP): Service Dog Tasks for Psychiatric Disabilities