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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…

Dogs Can Enjoy City Life, Too! November 13th, 2017

Dogs Can Enjoy City Life, Too!

Emotional support animals are prescribed to people with mental disabilities like depression, anxiety, stress disorders, etc. These people are extremely dependent on their emotional support animals, and life can be difficult for them on their own.   Emotional support animals are trained to cater to the needs of the people who need their help. Their  Read More…

Like Humans, Dog’s Can Easily Overeat and Gain Weight November 11th, 2017

Like Humans, Dog’s Can Easily Overeat and Gain Weight

Emotional support animals provide services to the mentally disabled. People suffering from anxiety depression and suicidal tendencies require assistance in performing daily activities. Emotional support animals are prescribed by doctors to treat mental disorders. Emotional support animals are a fairly newer and more effective way of treatment.  These animals are friendly, calm and loving. They  Read More…

Top Benefits of Getting An ESA November 9th, 2017

Top Benefits of Getting An ESA

An emotional support animal is a furry, four-legged companion pet that offers several benefits to a person suffering from mental disabilities. An ESA is prescribed to people by certified psychologists or physiatrists. However, to adopt an ESA, individuals must fall under the federal definition of disability. Unlike service animals, these animals do not receive specialized  Read More…

ESA Letters Do Expire. Here Is What To Do Next. November 7th, 2017

ESA Letters Do Expire. Here Is What To Do Next.

Short Answer: Yes! Bad News: The letters do expire. Good News: They are fairly easy to review.  Take the 3 question quiz below to find out if your letter has expired, and if it has, how you can quickly and easily renew it online.   Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) are ideal for people in grief. They offer a constant, comforting  Read More…

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