Can I Bring an Emotional Support Animal to School?
Emotional support animals are allowed on college campuses, but the rules vary from school to school. Emotional support animals provide therapeutic benefits to individuals diagnosed with psychological disorders including anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, depression, eating disorders, and insomnia to name a few. The mental health community has found that animals can offer unconditional […]
Can an Animal Relieve Stress?
If you are a pet parent, you don’t need a scientific study to tell you that having a furry companion in your life just makes you feel better. Animals are there after you’ve had a bad day at work and only want to offer unconditional love and support – no judgment, no criticisms. However, if […]
Service Dogs for PTSD
According to the American Disabilities Act, or ADA for short, service animals must be trained to work or perform tasks for a disabled person to qualify as a service animal. PTSD dogs are a type of service dog that specializes in handling a person with any significant trauma. These dogs have rights to all public […]
Emotional Support Dog Certification and Registration
What is an Emotional Support Dog? Anyone who has owned a dog knows the unconditional love and support they give. There’s nothing like coming home from a bad day at work and waiting for you at the door is your furry friend waiting to give you all the love you need and turn your day […]
Texas Service Dog Laws
Individuals with disabilities whether they are physical or mental often feel isolated because it is harder for them to function in public; this is where service dogs come in. Service dogs provide individuals with disabilities the ability to have more freedom and go out in public without having to worry about what to do if […]
What are Diabetic Service Dogs?
Alert dogs are best known for guiding the visually impaired, sniffing out drugs and bombs, or providing mobility assistance for people with severe disabilities. Diabetic Service Dogs, or DSDs for short, are service dogs trained to detect hypoglycemia and alert their owners to treat it while they are still conscious and aware. The ADA, or […]