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What Every Parent Should Know about Emotional Support Animals

An emotional support animal offers multiple benefits to children who suffer from a debilitating disorder. Possible disorders include ADHD, depression, anxiety or autism. It’s important to know how to get an ESA letter and what your options are. Below are some important points to keep in mind when choosing an emotional support animal for your…

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Orlando Airport Launches New Therapy Dog Program

How many times have you gone through and airport and seen a police dog, sniffing bags, on duty and keeping the American public safe? For many, that number is too many to count. Well now, our furry friends are doing more for us than stopping the bad guys. The Orlando International Airport has announced that…

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Delta Lifts Ban on Emotional Support Animals

Delta Airlines has announced that they will be lifting the ban of allowing service pets on flights lasting longer than 8 hours of duration. This is a huge victory for the community who requires emotional support pets and service pets. All pets with the exception of pit bulls will be permitted to board these flights…

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Therapy Pig Graces San Francisco Airport

Pigs are not flying just yet, but they’re making it easier for those who do! LiLou the five year-old pigand her owner Tatyana are bringing joy and peace to travelers at one of the nation’s busiest airports in San Francisco, California. The first the world has seen- this therapy pig is as bright as they…

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How to Avoid “Travel Hassle” when Traveling with your ESA

Upon setting out to travel with your emotion support animal (ESA), you may encounter people with attitudes ranging from supportive to confrontational. When negative attention comes your way, you can better cope with the situation if you prepare for it ahead of time. With the right tactics on your side, you can handle and avoid…

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The Ultimate Dog Training Guide – Start Young

There are very few things that are as rewarding as owning a pet. Regardless of if your pet is a certified Emotional Support Animal (ESA) or just another member of the family, they bring companionship and support to our lives.  Training is essential to your pets ability to be a part of the family and…

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How Many ESAs Can I Have? As many as you need!

Having a furry (or not so furry) animal around can provides a huge amount of comfort. Our animal companions give us unconditional love and support. They love us no matter what we do. Just having one near us, or simply sitting on our lap while we pet the. This is a terrific and effective form…

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Preparing Your Emotional Support Animal for its First Flight

As you probably know, most airlines don’t allow passengers to fly with their pets. The main exception to this rule is if the pet is an emotional support animal (ESA). If you’re planning on bringing your ESA on a plane for the first time, you may be concerned about how the flight will go and…

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How to Get an Emotional Support Animal

How to Get an Emotional Support Animal (ESA) The first (and most important) answer to this “How To” question is that you can simply register your existing pet as an Emotional Support Animal. That’s right – no special training required! If your animal brings a soothing, calming presence to your life, it can be considered…

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