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What Is The Difference Between An ESA And A Pet? March 21st, 2017

What Is The Difference Between An ESA And A Pet?

Having a pet around may cheer you up and have a positive impact on your life, but Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) do more than that.  ESAs act as friendly companions that alleviate symptoms stemming from behavior, physical or psychological disorders. While all animals and pets may provide companionship and relief to their owners, ESAs are  Read More…

Prescribed An ESA? How To Select The Right Dog March 19th, 2017

Prescribed An ESA? How To Select The Right Dog

Have you ever come across a loved one who has a story to share about getting prescribed an ESA? It seems that many people we know are keeping an Emotional Support Animal (ESA) to improve their emotional and mental state. Emotional support animals show up almost everywhere we go, including buildings following a no-pet policy.  Read More…

Which Dog Breed Will Suit You Best March 17th, 2017

Which Dog Breed Will Suit You Best

Dogs can satisfy our needs for love, affection and companionship as they are considered the best possible substitutes of a human best friend. Dogs share a unique bond with humans and are ideal for keeping their owners happy and emotionally stable during tough times. Dogs can actually do more than just help relieve the loneliness  Read More…

Which Cat Breed Will Suit You Best? March 15th, 2017

Which Cat Breed Will Suit You Best?

Emotional support cats provide emotional support, affection and companionship to their owners who are experiencing mental conditions, like anxiety, stress, depression, mood swings, phobias, or suicidal tendencies. Usually, people look for the following qualities in an emotional support cat: Likes to cuddle a lot Follows the handler from room to room Sits closely around the  Read More…

The Emotional And Mental Health Benefits Of An ESA Pet March 14th, 2017

The Emotional And Mental Health Benefits Of An ESA Pet

An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) is a companion pet that offers benefits to an individual with a disability. To qualify for an ESA, pet owners need an official letter from a licensed mental health professional and have a verifiable disability. Individuals must meet the federal definition of disability. ESA are typically dogs, but can sometimes  Read More…

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