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How To Get An Emotional Support Animal May 24th, 2017

How To Get An Emotional Support Animal

If you are one of the 61.5 million Americans who suffer from an emotional or mental disability, you can easily qualify for an Emotional Support Animal (ESA). An ESA is a domesticated animal (typically cats and dogs) that alleviate symptoms of an emotional disability by providing unconditional love and constant companionship to their owners/handlers. Unlike  Read More…

Which Dog Breed Will Suit You Best? May 24th, 2017

Which Dog Breed Will Suit You Best?

There are countless breeds of dogs. Dogs come in different shapes and sizes, which could mean choosing the ‘right’ one, can be an exhausting task. It can take several days or even weeks to trawl through all the important information necessary to narrow down your options. The ideal breed for you depends on the purpose  Read More…

The Top 5 Activities You Should Teach Your Dog May 22nd, 2017

The Top 5 Activities You Should Teach Your Dog

Regardless of your dog’s breed or type, there are numerous skills and activities you can teach him to have fun and score a few hoots. Dogs are our constant companions. They provide hours of entertainment, emotional support and unconditional love. All dogs are owner pleasers, and teaching different activities and tricks is a great way  Read More…

5 Things You Should Know Before Bringing an ESA Home May 18th, 2017

5 Things You Should Know Before Bringing an ESA Home

An emotional support animal is a pet companion that provides its handler with comfort and companionship, which in turn helps alleviate their symptoms of an emotional or mental disability. An ESA can be any domesticated animal, including dogs, cats, hamsters, birds, fish, or guinea pig.  Some of the greatest moments in life include the day  Read More…

Talking To Your Family About Getting A Pet May 16th, 2017

Talking To Your Family About Getting A Pet

You love pets, and may think you are ready for one, but your family may think otherwise. Often, parents are hesitant to allow a pet due to a number of reasons, such as the big cost involved, the reluctance to clean up after them, and fearing the ‘commitment’ that comes along with a living being.  Read More…

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