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ESAs Quickly Become Our Best Friends February 24th, 2017

ESAs Quickly Become Our Best Friends

An emotional support animal (ESA) is a pet that has been prescribed by a certified psychologist, therapist, or psychiatrist for a person dealing with emotional issues. The animal becomes part of a treatment program for the individual in question and is there to bring company and comfort while minimizing the negative effects of the person’s  Read More…

Everything You Can Do To Find The Perfect Place For You & Your Pet February 22nd, 2017

Everything You Can Do To Find The Perfect Place For You & Your Pet

Finding a pet-friendly apartment may not be easy at times, especially if you are going for rental. Listed below are some important steps that need to be taken in order to better understand how the management will handle the presence of your pets in the apartment. Steps to Finding a Pet-Friendly Apartment Start your hunting  Read More…

Keep Your Dog Active & Healthy During Cold Months February 21st, 2017

Keep Your Dog Active & Healthy During Cold Months

Unless you live in a balmier region, you must have felt the cold chill of winter arrive. While you may find winters to be a pure nuisance, others might see it as a jolly time full of fun activities like skiing and snowboarding. Regardless of your viewpoint on winters, one thing that stays the same  Read More…

Understanding The Difference Between ESAs And Service Dogs February 19th, 2017

Understanding The Difference Between ESAs And Service Dogs

There seems to be controversy surrounding the role of animals in the lives of chronically ill and disabled people. Here we will be looking at the major differences between an ESA and a service dog. To have a service dog, a person must be disabled. For instance, needing reading glasses owing to weak eyesight is  Read More…

One, Two, Three…..or Fourteen? How Many Support Pets Are Allowed February 17th, 2017

One, Two, Three…..or Fourteen? How Many Support Pets Are Allowed

An emotional support animal, usually a cat or dog, although this can also include other domesticated species, such as birds, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, snakes, rats, teacup pigs,  and hamsters provides a healing effect to its owner through its company.  These animals provide comfort and emotional support to individuals experiencing mental impairments and psychiatrist disabilities.  Emotional support animals  Read More…

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