Lately, dog trainers and vets are beginning to notice a major uptick in calls right after the
holiday season. The reason? Pets that have either hurt themselves or proven themselves
unable to handle the excitement and everything that comes along with the holidays. This busy
time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is filled with out of town guests, changes to
schedule, huge tempting meals, lights and loud noises. It’s no wonder that our poor little
friends can lose their cool and hurt themselves or others. As always, when our pet fails to
handle a situation properly, especially one we’ve put him in in the first place, it’s up to us to
make sure the next time things go smoother.
Dog breeds can be a lot like baby names - as the years go by, trends come and go. Changes to society, lifestyle, and aesthetics bring different breeds of dogs, each with their own unique attributes, into popularity. Also like baby names, there are some classics that never seem to go out of style. The American Kennel club keeps a list of the country’s top dog breeds and the top ten includes a combination of both new trends and old classics.
Dogs are the most popular pets in America and it’s no surprise why: They’re loyal, loving, and caring creatures that want nothing more than to spend time with their family and have fun. They’re also extremely adaptable and no matter what your lifestyle or life demands are, there is most certainly a dog out there for you.
Emotional Support Animals, often shortened to ESA, are very different from Therapy Animals. But they are often easy to confuse. So we've gathered a collection of Frequently Asked Questions about the common misconceptions associated with the difference between emotional support and therapy animals.
ESA Registration of American Blog
- An Interview with One of our ESA Therapists
- Emotional Support Animal Harness - What Everyone Should Know
- Florida Emotional Support Animal Laws
- Obtaining an ESA Letter
- Uncovering the Amazing Benefits of Emotional Support Animals
- The Simple Steps to Getting an Emotional Support
- ESA Rights in California
- The Difference Between Emotion Support and Therapy Animals: FAQs
- How to prepare for bringing a dog into your home
- Choosing the Right Dog Breed for Your Lifestyle