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The Best Dog Breeds for Emotional Support: Top 10 Breeds

2020-09-10

Few things can calm the nerves like the unconditional love and security from a dog. These affectionate animals are comforting, especially to those that suffer from mental health issues such as PTSD, depression, and anxiety.

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How to Get an ESA Letter in Texas: The Definitive Guide Updated for 2020

2020-09-08

Millions of US citizens have mental health challenges such as anxiety, PTSD, depression, phobias, and OCS, which affect their daily lives. With the issues we face in 2020, there is a concern that the number of people struggling with mental health may be on the rise.

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How Many Emotional Support Animals Can You Have? What You Need to Know

2020-08-28

Emotional support pets are incredibly beneficial to those with emotional disabilities. They provide companionship and can help alleviate feelings of depression and anxiety. Some people even rely on ESAs to help them deal with certain phobias. If you own an emotional support animal, you can be exempted from certain travel and housing restrictions.

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Who Can Prescribe An Emotional Support Animal Letter?

2020-07-15

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to managing the symptoms of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other mental illnesses. Some seek therapy while others use prescribed medicine from a family doctor. Still, others turn to the age-old comfort of man’s best friend.

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What If I Want to Register My Dog as a Service Dog?

2020-06-29

Human's best friend is capable of far more than providing simple companionship. Due to their heightened senses and a disposition for training, dogs can change lives for many types of people. In particular, the lives of people with disabilities have seen significant improvements thanks to the work of service dogs. From aiding the blind in walking to assisting the person with epilepsy with seizure prevention, service dogs save lives.

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