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3 Ways Service Dogs Can Calm Anxiety
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3 Ways Service Dogs Can Calm Anxiety

*Estimated Read Time: 6 min, 7 sec. Dogs calm anxiety simply by being present. It’s no secret that dogs offer unconditional love along with endless amounts of hugs and kisses. The simple act of petting a dog is scientifically proven to lower blood pressure, decrease heart rate, and release serotonin (the happy hormone).

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How Do I Get An ESA in Florida
Emotional Support Animal

How Do I Get an ESA in Florida

*Estimated Read Time: 6 min, 45 sec. Florida also follows the ADA definitions of ESAs. They recognize that an Emotional Support Animal is a vital component in treating some emotional and mental conditions. You can’t just slap a sticker on Fido’s vest and call him your ESA. Keep reading to learn how to qualify your pet as an ESA in Florida.

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What Tasks Can a Psychiatric Service Dog Be Trained to Perform?
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What Tasks Can a Psychiatric Service Dog Be Trained to Perform?

*Estimated Read Time: 7 min, 5 sec. If you find yourself needing assistance to deter or manage the physical and psychological manifestations of your disability, a Psychiatric Service Dog (PSD) may be an excellent fit for you! But maybe you’re asking yourself: What tasks can a psychiatric service dog be trained to perform?

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What Is My Dog Feeling?
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What is my dog feeling?

Estimated Read Time: 7 min, 18 sec
Good communication and mutual understanding are the backbones of any successful relationship, but how the heck do you build a long-lasting and healthy relationship with your dog? While we can’t listen to their thoughts, you should be able to start answering “what is my dog feeling?” by paying attention to his body language.

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7 Most Common Life Changes that Cause Stress
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7 Most Common Life Changes that Cause Stress

*Estimated Read Time: 7 min 8 sec. Everyone experiences stress. It is a normal part of life. In the proper context, a little pressure can actually be quite beneficial and motivating! Unfortunately, the kind of changes that cause stress most often aren’t as helpful. One of the most talked-about 2020 (and now 2021) stress management tools has been pet ownership. 

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How Emotional Support Animals Help Cope With Anxiety
Emotional Support Animal

How Emotional Support Animals Help Cope With Anxiety

*Estimated Read Time: 9 min 42 sec. For an anxious person, everyday things like the morning alarm can trigger a whole series of panic-driven thoughts that rush in like a title wave before the day has even begun. Thankfully, an emotional support animal can help cope with anxiety and relieve these feelings of panic.

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The Ultimate Scoop on Dog Poop
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What Does My Dog’s Poop Mean?

*Estimated Read Time: 8 min 11 sec. It may dumbfound you, but “dog poop” is a very popular search term on the internet. As a dog owner, it is very common to wonder whether or not your furry friend is healthy. Did you know that one of the simplest health indicators is the pattern of your dog’s poop?

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Important Things Every Cat Owner Should Know
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Important Things Every Cat Owner Should Know

*Estimated Read Time: 10 min 12 sec. Aside from offering your limitless devotion and servitude for all of eternity to your cute and cuddly feline, there are some important things every cat owner should know. We’ve rounded up ten helpful tips to make you the World’s Best Cat Parent.

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Famous Presidential Pets of America
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Famous Presidential Pets of America

Estimated Read Time: 8 min 30 sec Some presidential pets have given comfort to the First Family, while others gained recognition for helping to shape the nation’s political canvas. As the adage goes, “If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog,” so let me tell you ‘bout my beeeeest friend… 

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Attention: Due to the new Department of Transportation (DOT) policy, Emotional Support Animals are NO longer allowed to fly in airplane cabins for free. However, Psychiatric Service Dogs are eligible. Click here to see if you qualify.