Is your dog the star of the party? Are they able to cheer you up even when you are feeling down? Do they remain calm in stressful situations? If so, we can help you certify your dog as a therapy dog. Since there is a lot of misinformation regarding the various types of assistance animals, our […]
How to get an Emotional Support Animal Letter for Flying
Step by step guide – How to Get an ESA Letter for Flying Have you seen dogs in the airport and wonder why they are allowed to fly? Chances are, they are emotional support animals. Below we will address steps to qualify for an ESA Letter so you may travel with your dog. Step #1 […]
Can My Landlord Refuse my Service Dog?
No, a landlord cannot refuse access to your certified Service Dog. Understanding Service Dog rights will help you be better equipped to stand up for yourself. The media can often portray people without a visible and physical disability as taking advantage of the system. But if you are suffering from anxiety, depression, PTSD, or any other […]
How to Register Your Dog as a Therapy Dog?
Humans are lucky to have dogs as our companions. Dogs used to help us watch livestock or help us hunt. Now, they are here to provide us with much-needed support. Unfortunately, people often get assistance animal regulations wrong. We are here to help clear things up. The first step is to understand the rules and regulations […]
Legitimate Emotional Support Animal Doctor’s Note
What is an ESA Doctor’s Note? Do you know the difference between a Service Dog and an Emotional Support Animal? Many people lump these assistance animals into one category. However, they are not the same. A Service Dog is an assistance animal that is specifically trained to perform a task for a disabled individual. This […]
Service Dog Training Guide – The Basics
Service dogs can be of great help to people with disabilities. However, in order to get the most from these loyal companions, they need to go through extensive service dog training. Just to give you an overview of requirements, the dog needs to be able to perform a disability-related task for their handler/owner. In addition, […]