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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…

A Guide to Qualifying for an ESA Pet May 12th, 2017

A Guide to Qualifying for an ESA Pet

Emotional support animals (ESA) provide companionship to people who suffer from symptoms of emotional or mental disability. The main purpose of an ESA is to offer emotional support to their owners. Having an ESA entitles owners to protection against housing discrimination and enables them to take their pets on commercial airlines, free of cost. Best  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 Registration Guidelines May 8th, 2017

ESA Registration Guidelines

Emotional Support Dogs: What’s Required? What is emotional support dog registration and what does it entail? The answer might surprise you. Learn more about the difference between ESA registration and an ESA prescription letter, why one of these is more valid than the other and whether you need to register your emotional support animal online  Read More…

The 5 Foods You Should Never Feed Your Emotional Support Dog May 6th, 2017

The 5 Foods You Should Never Feed Your Emotional Support Dog

Part of a puppy’s experience when growing up is the beautiful world of smells, sights, sounds, and tastes. To your emotional support pup, almost anything tastes delicious. From a block of chocolate to your old running shoes, just about anything tastes great if it is available. Dogs lack the ability to distinguish between what is  Read More…

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