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Dog Owners….Keep The Noise Down At Home December 17th, 2017

Dog Owners….Keep The Noise Down At Home

Excessively loud noises, which also constitute as noise pollution, can not only be dangerous for humans, but for pets as well. Dogs and cats have pretty sensitive hearing, which means being overexposed to loud television, music or external noise can put them at a health risk. This is something that so many of us neglect  Read More…

Keep Your Pet and Your Decorations Safe This Holiday Season December 15th, 2017

Keep Your Pet and Your Decorations Safe This Holiday Season

Tis the season to decorate and be jolly, wait, you have a pet? Then you probably believe that Tis the season to run around the house to keep your pet from climbing the Christmas tree. Pulling down the lights or breaking your favorite Christmas mug. It is quite difficult to keep your house in order  Read More…

Best Things You Can Do For Your Animal During The Holidays December 7th, 2017

Best Things You Can Do For Your Animal During The Holidays

Holidays are almost upon us, which means it is time to bring out that holiday cheer. However, for those with pets by their side, celebrating the holidays may not be the easiest. For pets, holidays are nothing but a stressful chaos where they will have a hard time adjusting to a sudden influx of excited  Read More…

Moving Should Be Exciting For Both You & Your Pet November 15th, 2017

Moving Should Be Exciting For Both You & Your Pet

Emotional support animals are the latest form of treatment for people suffering from anxiety or other mental disorders. This treatment is indeed very effective and has gained momentum over the past decade. These animals are specially trained to support people when they go through bouts of depression or anxiety. Moreover, your personal pets can also  Read More…

Common Question: ESA on School Property October 19th, 2017

Common Question: ESA on School Property

An emotional support dog is a companion dog that a licensed doctor or mental health expert has prescribed to an individual experiencing an emotional or mental disability with the belief that the animal brings them therapeutic benefits. This may include alleviating at least one symptoms of the disability. According to the National Institute of National  Read More…

What Happens If Your Landlord Denies Your ESA? October 14th, 2017

What Happens If Your Landlord Denies Your ESA?

When searching for rented accommodations, it’s not unusual to find that most housing providers and landlords have ‘no pets’ policy. To be fair, you can’t really blame them as pets can pose potential damage to the property and make a lot of noise, which might disturb young children or the elderly. While most renters are  Read More…

ESA’s on College Campuses – Is That A Thing? October 12th, 2017

ESA’s on College Campuses – Is That A Thing?

Also referred to as comfort animals, emotional support animals are pets that offer comfort and support to those individuals experiencing emotional and mental disabilities by being their constant companions and giving them unconditional love. Emotional support animals are not the same as service animals, and are therefore not required to carry out certain tasks for  Read More…

Flying With Your ESA Comes With Certain Privileges October 10th, 2017

Flying With Your ESA Comes With Certain Privileges

An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) is a pet that has been prescribed to patients who have a mental disorder. ESAs can only be prescribed by a certified therapist, psychiatrist, and psychologist to help people cope with their emotional needs. Aside from offering its owner the emotional support they need to get through the day, ESAs  Read More…

Have More Than One Pet Comes With Added Responsibility September 11th, 2017

Have More Than One Pet Comes With Added Responsibility

The question of how many pets are ideal for a home can only be answered by the homeowner. However, if you have already decided on bringing your canine companion his new brother then you should take into account the following factors. The doubled work – Pet owners often assume having two pets will be less  Read More…

Why You Shouldn’t Leave Your Dog Alone at Home? August 27th, 2017

Why You Shouldn’t Leave Your Dog Alone at Home?

Dogs are social animals, and they would want nothing more than to be by their owner’s side 24/7. However, of course, that is rarely possible considering we as humans have to deal with a number of things, and that may entail us leaving the house and our dogs home alone. However, here are top 5  Read More…

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