Helpful Insights On Emotional Support Animals

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Make Sure Your ESA Certification Is Real

With high profile stories coming out every other week, more and more people are getting interested in the use of emotional support animals as a form of therapy. Emotional Support Animals are domesticated animals trained to help people in distress because they offer a constant, comforting presence in times of an  incapacitating emotional/mental disability such  Read More…

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Tax Deductions for ESA? Let’s Find Out.

An Emotional support animal (ESA) is any domesticated animal that offers support and comfort to their owner or handler who is going through emotional ups and downs due to various mental/emotional disabilities. Unlike service animals, they are not mandated to carry out specific tasks for a disabled person and thus do not require any special training. These  Read More…

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Should I Register My Emotional Support Animal?

If you’re someone who is suffering from a psychological or emotional disability, adopting an emotional support animal is an excellent way to reduce stress. While the ESAs that certified mental health professionals prescribe are known to offer therapeutic benefits, they don’t fall under the same category as service animals. Simply put, ESAs are adopted to  Read More…

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Pet Therapy – How It Works & How It Can Help YOU!

Medicine is going to the dogs, but in a good way. Pet therapy is popularizing in health care and beyond due to the myriad of benefits it has to offer. It is a blanket term that involves animal-assisted therapy and other similar activities. Animal-assisted therapy is a rapidly growing field that involves dogs or other  Read More…

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Common Question: ESA on School Property

An emotional support dog is a companion dog that a licensed doctor or mental health expert has prescribed to an individual experiencing an emotional or mental disability with the belief that the animal brings them therapeutic benefits.  This may include alleviating at least one symptoms of the disability. According to the National Institute of National  Read More…