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Can Emotional Support Dogs Go To School? October 19th, 2017

Can Emotional Support Dogs Go To School?

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…

Can Apartments Deny Emotional Support Animals? October 14th, 2017

Can Apartments Deny Emotional Support Animals?

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…

Do Colleges Allow Emotional Support Animals October 12th, 2017

Do Colleges Allow Emotional Support Animals

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…

Do Emotional Support Animals Fly Free? October 10th, 2017

Do Emotional Support Animals Fly Free?

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…

Should You Consider Getting More Than One Pet? September 11th, 2017

Should You Consider Getting More Than One Pet?

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  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…

Fun Things to Do With Your Emotional Support Dog This Summer August 21st, 2017

Fun Things to Do With Your Emotional Support Dog This Summer

Summer is here, and it is the perfect time to go outside with your ESA dog to make the most of it. However, you may be scratching your head, wondering what fun stuff you can do together, but without much luck. However, not to worry because we have here a list of refreshing summer activities  Read More…

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…

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