How to Make Your Dog a Service Dog

How to Make Your Dog a Service Dog

Get your dog certified as a service dog with this comprehensive guide! Learn more how to travel with your service dog for free avoiding airline fees and live with your dog in no-pet property officially.

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Traveling Internationally with a Service Dog

101 Guide on Traveling Internationally with a Service Dog

Regulations you need to know for flying with a service dog internationally. It is well within your power to ensure the smoothest and most successful international trip possible for you and your service dog. Read on to find out how.

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First Dog Dies of Coronavirus

Urgent Update : First Dog Dies of Coronavirus

The South China Morning Post reported that the dog belonged to a woman 60 years of age who herself had just recovered from COVID-19.

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How Psychiatric Service Dogs Can Support Your Mental Health

Here’s How Psychiatric Service Dogs Help with Mental Illness

Dogs offer companionship, comfort, and unconditional love to their owners. They become members of the family. Moreover, dogs can also support people struggling with acute psychiatric distress. With the right training, a service dog can substantially increase one’s sense of stability and well-being.

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Can Dogs and Cats get Coronavirus

Can Dogs and Cats get Coronavirus?

Ever since the World Health Organization declared in early March of 2020 that the COVID-19 novel coronavirus has become a global pandemic, people have started putting their dogs and cats in face masks, prompting the question: can dogs and cats get coronavirus?

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Your Emotional Support Dog Can Become a Service Dog

Your Emotional Support Dog Can Become a Service Dog

If you do choose to register your service dog, in addition to inclusion in a database others can check to ensure the dog you intend to bring into a dog-free space is actually a service dog, you also get some other convenient benefits. For one, you receive a certificate identifying you as the owner of a service dog and ID tags identifying your dog as a service dog. You also get a vest your dog can wear in public to show that he or she is a service dog.

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Department of Transportation Could Ban Emotional Support Animals

Department of Transportation Could Ban Emotional Support Animals

On Wednesday, January 22, 2020, the United States Department of Transportation proposed new rules regarding service animals and emotional support animals on planes. Among these changes are that the Department of Transportation would no longer require airlines to accommodate air travelers with emotional support animals.

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How Vitamins and Animals Can Help Support Your Emotional Wellbeing

Because mental health concerns play such an important role in reducing productivity and diminishing the potential of many brilliant men and women today, it’s important for us to explore stand-alone and adjunctive therapies that may enhance the effectiveness of medication and/or be beneficial in improving overall mental wellbeing.

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Service Dog vs ESA pet

Emotional Support Animal vs Service Dog: What Are The Similarities and Differences?

Do you love coming home from a long day at work to a happily wagging tail? Do you enjoy snuggling with your furry friend when you feel sad or lonely? Do you consider your pet to be the best therapist you’ve ever had?

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Dr. Bethany McCall on the Power of Emotional Support and Service Dogs Enhancing People’s Life

Miriam Richard from Dogs in Vests on the Healing Power of Emotional Support and Service Dogs

Miriam Richard interview about the benefits of emotional support dogs and service dogs. Miriam is a physical therapist, author of 2 books “Gut Healing” and “Dogs In Vests:”, researcher, and service dog trainer.

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