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Tips for Driving with Your Dog during the Summer July 7th, 2017

Tips for Driving with Your Dog during the Summer

Summer is here and so are the many plans to make it memorable. If you are preparing to spend your vacations hitting the trail with your pooch best friend, you need to be aware of the key safety tips that will make your trip safe, hassle free and memorable for both of you.      Read More…

The Dos and Dont’s of House Breaking a Pet June 28th, 2017

The Dos and Dont’s of House Breaking a Pet

Housebreaking a pet is all about patience, consistency, and positive reinforcement. The aim is to encourage good manners and habits, and build a loving relationship with your pet. Usually, it takes about 4 to 6 months for a pet to be completely house trained, but can vary depending on the breed and size. For example, smaller  Read More…

Getting an Emotional Support Animal June 16th, 2017

Getting an Emotional Support Animal

Emotional support animals (ESAs) are domesticated animals that offer support and comfort to an individual going through emotional difficulties owing to various mental/emotional conditions. They are not required to carry out specific tasks for a disability, unlike service animals, and are merely meant for unconditional love and emotional stability. ESAs can help alleviate symptoms of  Read More…

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…

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…

Understanding the ESA Law May 10th, 2017

Understanding the ESA Law

Emotional support animals, commonly known as ESA, are pets that offer assistance and aid to individuals who suffer from psychiatric or mental disabilities. These animals help keep their owners calm in stressful environments and can accompany them wherever they go. ESA pets are mostly cats and dogs but individuals can opt for other animals as  Read More…

ESA Hotel Laws May 2nd, 2017

ESA Hotel Laws

Emotional support animals provide comfort and support by providing their owners/handlers who suffer from various emotional and mental conditions with constant companionship and affection. An emotional support animal is not required to carry out specific tasks for a mentally disabled person, unlike a service animal. They are merely meant for unconditional love and emotional stability.  Read More…

Air Travel With Your ESA Pet March 2nd, 2017

Air Travel With Your ESA Pet

ESA owners can air-travel with their beloved pets without an additional fee or costs as long as they have an ESA letter. The Air Carrier Access Act was established in 1986 to prevent commercial airlines from discriminating against people with disabilities.  People suffering from psychological and mental disabilities can now board a plane with their furry  Read More…

How To Look For A Pet-Friendly Apartment February 22nd, 2017

How To Look For A Pet-Friendly Apartment

Finding a pet-friendly apartment may not be easy at times, especially if you are going for rental. Listed below are some important steps that need to be taken in order to better understand how the management will handle the presence of your pets in the apartment. Steps to Finding a Pet-Friendly Apartment Start your hunting  Read More…

Taking Your ESA To A Public Place February 12th, 2017

Taking Your ESA To A Public Place

Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are animal companions that are believed to bring their owner or handler relief from a mental disability and also help alleviate its symptoms. These animals play a major role in the lives of people who are dependent on their pets for emotional support and healthy functioning. This means keeping their pets  Read More…

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