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Can a Rabbit Be an Emotional Support Animal? 6 Reasons You Should Know

Even if we have people around us all the time, it can often get difficult to handle the emotions and difficult situations in life. Anxiety, stress and depression creep in and therapy remains the last resort. In this case, where conventional treatments can help bring you back up, an emotional support animal can also provide the emotional aid you need. Although the majority is inclined towards getting dogs or cats as their emotional support anim

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New California Emotional Support Animal Laws for 2022

September of 2021 proved to be a crucial month for emotional support animal owners, ESA providers, as well as licensed professionals. This is when the California Governor, Gavin Newsom, signed a new bill pertaining to the ESA laws in California. With this article, we will walk through the modifications and clarify all the specifications of these new California emotional support animal laws that came into use on 1st January 2022.

What Are the

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Emotional Support Animal for Anxiety – How Can They Help?

The concept of using an emotional support animal for anxiety is not new. Animals, especially social animals like dogs, cats, rabbits and pigs are known to relieve stress, improve heart rate, and provide emotional support to people who need it. Naturally, patients suffering from anxiety and having such symptoms can find relief in the presence of a furry dog or cat. Research suggests there are more than 200,000 identified emotio

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Controlling Your Dog in Public – 5 Social Norms to Follow

Your emotional support dog is your friend, your guardian and your kid, all in one. And as a dog parent, you’re responsible for controlling your dog in public - how your dog reacts to certain circumstances, how people approach your pet and how your walk turns out. When you introduce your pet to the public domain, you must be able to follow some basic social norms so that you don’t interfere with the people around you. To get the basics out

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Here is How You Can Manage Anxiety With an ESA Letter

In October 2019, San Francisco 49ers adopted the NFL’s first-ever emotional support animal—Zoë. It’s a great decision to help players manage anxiety and stress related to the game. Researchers have found that living with an emotional support animal can help patients with mental illnesses such as anxiety. As a result, the number of mental health patients applying for an ESA letter has increased over the

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Top 8 Winter Care Tips for Your Emotional Support Animal!

When temperature starts dropping and snow covers the outer layer of the ground outside, you need to take care of your emotional support animals and make sure they’re in a warm, safe and comfortable space until the ray of sunlight showers upon the earth. Be it an emotional support animal or any other pet, they need extra care during the winter season just like us humans. And you have to be extra careful, especially, when you got your emotiona

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Why Is an ESA Much More Than People’s Best Friend?

What a beautiful time it is for mental health sufferers: individuals who seek emotional support and someone who needs assurance on a daily basis. They can access counseling, design a treatment plan, and talk to the nearest ones about the problems they are facing. If the same situation cropped up a few years ago, people would have shied away from taking medical help. Gladly, the tables have turned and more and more people are coming forward to

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Can I Have an ESA & a Service Animal at Home?

No doubt animals play an important role in our lives. From providing love & comfort to helping us perform daily tasks, they help us in many ways. As per the federal regulations, you can legally live with your animal in an apartment by getting an emotional pet support letter. Service animals help their handlers perform tasks they can’t do due to their disabilities. Now, the question is, can you have both an emotional support animal and a

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Do Emotional Support Animals Help Patients With ADHD?

In our previous post, we have discussed how an ESA can help patients with depression alleviate their symptoms. Living with an emotional support dog allows you to fight loneliness, reduce feelings of sadness, and create & stick to a routine. All these things help in reducing stress, anxiety and depression. What about Attention-Deficit Stress Disorder (ADHD)? Does