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Can Dogs be Bipolar or Have Other Mental Illness? August 25th, 2019

Can Dogs be Bipolar or Have Other Mental Illness?

Dogs can have a type of bipolar issue and other mental illnesses that affect their quality of life, especially if they go undiagnosed and untreated. It is not just bipolar disorder than can affect your pup, but any mental illnesses ranging from depression to anxiety to PTSD to obsessive-compulsive disorder.  These mental disorders do not  Read More…

How The FHAA Helps You August 21st, 2019

How The FHAA Helps You

The Fair Housing Amendments Act (FHA) is in place to protect both you and your service animal from discrimination based on a disability. The FHA is a federal law that states how a landlord cannot discriminate against tenants. This means that people who have a service animal to help them bridge a disability difficulty in  Read More…

FAQs on the Fair Housing Act Emotional Support Animals August 17th, 2019

FAQs on the Fair Housing Act Emotional Support Animals

The Fair Housing Act The Fair Housing Act is a similar federal law and in place in both Canada and the United States. It prohibits discrimination during the sale or the renting of housing.  It is against the law to discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, culture, disability, or family status.  People with disabilities, as  Read More…

How to Care for a Puppy: A New Owners Guide August 13th, 2019

How to Care for a Puppy: A New Owners Guide

Deciding to get a puppy to be part of your household is life-changing. It’s another personality that gets added to your lifestyle dynamic. There are lots of things to consider as you choose your new puppy. Once you have chosen a breed that suits your lifestyle, then you need to look forward to their homecoming  Read More…

Things to Consider Before Getting a Service Dog for Autism August 9th, 2019

Things to Consider Before Getting a Service Dog for Autism

Service dogs for both children and adults on the Autism spectrum are becoming more prevalent as people see how beneficial they can be to those who require extra support. Dogs were once only considered as a help for those who were visually impaired. Now they are expanding their repertoires by aiding those who have not  Read More…

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