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Flying with Your ESA: Southwest Airlines Pet Policy 

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Overview: Southwest Airlines Pet Policy For those who enjoy flying with their pets, many customers look to Southwest Airlines for travel options. The Southwest pet policy can be a bit strict at times, but it ensures that pets and their owners can travel both comfortably and safely.  Ultimately, it’s up to the customer to understand the policies in place and …

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Flying with Your ESA: American Airlines Pet Policy

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American Airlines does let pets into the cabin to travel with you, but with certain stipulations. Firstly, the pets have to be either a cat or a dog. No other species of animals are allowed. Secondly, the size of the pet matters, as both the pet and the carrier together cannot weigh more than twenty pounds. Animals larger than this, …

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Flying with Your ESA: United Airlines

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Overview: United Pet Policy In many cases, flying out for a family vacation typically means leaving your pets at home. However, United Airlines makes it possible to take your pet along for the ride. United Airlines pet policy provides accommodations for pets whether they’re allowed to sit in the cabin with their owner or transported separately. In-cabin Pet Policy Pets …

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Flying with Your ESA: Delta Airlines Pet Policy

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Overview: Delta Airlines Pet Policy The Delta Airlines Pet Policy states that you will need to contact Delta directly in order to secure tickets for your pets for travel. Pets traveling in the cabin have different specifications, but reservations cannot be made for pets traveling by cargo more than 14 days before the departure date. Two pets of the same …

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Moving with Pets: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Featured Image Source: Pexels If you are getting ready to move to a new house with your emotional support pet, you’ll have to think about how the move will affect your loved one and how you can make things easier for them. Here is our short guide to helping your pet manage a move to a new home. 1. Prepare …

What To Do About Certain Medical Issues That Cats May Encounter?

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Unlike dogs, cats are pretty resistant when it comes to diseases. It’s mainly because they are not as domesticated as dogs which is just a better way to say they are not as inbred. Meaning they have a pretty good immune system. But even the healthiest breeds can become ill. As a responsible owner, you should know about certain medical …

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Crucial Things To Consider When It Comes To Feeding Your Pet

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Loving pet parents are often concerned about whether they’re making the best feeding decisions for their dogs and cats. Although the ideal diet is different for each animal, learning some general information about pet nutrition can help you make healthy choices for your four-legged family member.  However, this is easier said than done. There’s a lot of information out there from …

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Raising Your First Pet While Living Green

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Bringing home your first pet is a very exciting time in your life, but you want to make sure you choose the right animal to become part of your family. You also want to make sure that your home remains environmentally friendly.  Selecting the Right Pet for Your Lifestyle There are a few things you’ll need to consider in order …

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4 Important Factors to Consider While Taking In An Emotional Support Animal

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There are millions of pet dogs, cats, rabbits, birds and other kinds of animals living in households all over the world. They’re loved and taken care of. Often we bring a cat or dog just so that our little ones can have a playmate. A furry little fellow jumping from the couch to the table seems all too exciting and …

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How To Pet Proof Your Garden

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You have your home, complete with a lush and beautiful garden! So now you’re thinking of getting a pet. That’s wonderful! However, with the new addition to your family, there are extra things to consider when designing your garden. Whether it’s an exotic cat breed or a reliable emotional support dog breed, you need to take proper measures to ensure …

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Noise Control For Your Pet

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Excessively loud noises, which also constitute noise pollution, can not only be dangerous for humans but for pets as well. Dogs and cats have pretty sensitive hearing, which means being overexposed to loud television, music or external noise can put them at a health risk. Remember that because your pet ifs there to help improve your health, they need your …

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5 Cat Litter Box Training Tips

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If you own a cat or an emotional support cat, chances are at some point you’ve been slightly concerned with how your cat will take care of its own duty. According to Petfinder, cats are not born to automatically know about the litter box. Do not worry though, we have five quick tips on how to help your cat quickly …

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Is Amoxicillin Safe For Cats?

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Suppose your cat ingested some old food or something infected, now your poor kitten is ill. Fortunately, this isn’t the end of the world as there are medications out there that can help alleviate the symptoms and cure it all together! Remember, regardless of the different kinds of cat breeds, any cat or animal can fall victim to bacteria in the …

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10 Tips To Play With Your Cat

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You may love your cat a lot, it may even be serving as your current emotional support cat! But, have you ever had a hard time trying to play with your beloved cat? According to PetMD, cats are known for being lazy, but it’s still important to get them moving so that they don’t get obese. Here are ten tips …

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Hip Dysplasia in Rottweilers: Symptoms, Treatment & Care

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Rottweilers are one of the sturdiest and strongest dog breeds. However, hip dysplasia in Rottweilers is a common health issue owing to their genes. Shockingly, nearly 20% of Rottweilers have hip dysplasia, which is why it is important to factor in pet costs and breeds in order to be aware of potential medical challenges before they arise. What is hip …

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Tips for Taking Your Dog on a Beach Vacation

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Your dog loves going to the beach as much as you do, so why not take it along on your next beach vacation? Of course, we know this isn’t as easy as it sounds. Taking your dogs to the beach requires a fair amount of preparation if you want the trip to be enjoyable and memorable for both of you. …

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Moving with Pets: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Featured Image Source: Pexels If you are getting ready to move to a new house with your emotional support pet, you’ll have to think about how the move will affect your loved one and how you can make things easier for them. Here is our short guide to helping your pet manage a move to a new home. 1. Prepare …

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Orientation of dogs: Do they have the magnetic sense?

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Dogs have a great sense of direction, as most people know. Often, the four-legged friends seem to return home without any problems, once they have escaped. Now, researchers have found something remarkable, dogs can perceive the earth’s magnetic field. Dogs make a great emotional support animal for this reason because not only do they have this unique ability, but they …

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All About Separation Anxiety In Dogs

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Image Source: cbc Dogs are friendly and the most faithful human companion for many years now. They own a significant and irreplaceable place in the heart of their human friends. Well, whose soul will not feel gratified to see that wagging tail of a happy dog excited to greet you at the end of a rough day? Right?  Yes!! A …

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Crucial Things To Consider When It Comes To Feeding Your Pet

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Loving pet parents are often concerned about whether they’re making the best feeding decisions for their dogs and cats. Although the ideal diet is different for each animal, learning some general information about pet nutrition can help you make healthy choices for your four-legged family member.  However, this is easier said than done. There’s a lot of information out there from …

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How to Safely Bike with your Dog

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You notice a bicycle at the store and want to ride it, but without leaving your dog at home. Can your favorite furry friend can be included in this “wheeley” fun activity? Yes, with some preparation and special considerations. Let’s discuss: Should my dog bike with me? This answer varies by each individual dog. Owners must realistically consider their dog’s …

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Housing Rights and Your Emotional Support Animal

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Emotional support animals play an important role in helping you feel more comfortable throughout every aspect of daily life. Unfortunately, some housing managers and landlords are unaware of laws that govern emotional support animals and may attempt to reject pets based on strict “no pets allowed” policies. What are your rights under the Fair Housing Act? Is your ESA protected …

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Make Moving House With Your Pet Dog as Seamless as Possible

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Our pet’s lives centre around our homes. They wake up in the morning, go out for walks, take baths, eat, drink, play, take more strolls, and sleep. Day in and day out.  So if you decide to move house, transfer to a new state or neighbourhood, that’s equivalent to uprooting their lives. They’ll naturally feel some form of anxiety and …

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Why and How You Should Bathe Your Dog at Home

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Having a dog might be fun, but it’s also a big responsibility. If you want to take care of your pet the right way, you have to feed them, walk them, brush them, and bathe them. Dogs are pretty relaxed and love most of these activities, which makes taking care of them much easier. Still, one of the biggest enemies …

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How to Teach a Puppy to Walk on the Leash

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Teaching your puppy proper leash manners has benefits for both of you. It will allow the puppy to be safe while exploring its surroundings. Also, it enables you, the owner, to enjoy calm and refreshing strolls with your furry best friend.  In some states, the law requires a dog to walk calmly on a leash. However, even if calm walking …

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Pet Health: Bacterial Infections In Dogs

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Bacteria are single celled organisms with the power to divide and multiply. Each strain of bacteria has different shapes and characteristics which can be used by medical professionals for the purposes of classification. Many forms of bacteria are harmless, and even helpful to an animal’s body, but there are bad strains that cause diseases in both humans and in dogs. …

Write for the Emotional Pet Support Blog | Actively Seeking Guest Contributions

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Contributor Guidelines Please read the instructions very carefully. How and Where to send article: Email us at support@emotionalpetsupport.com and please put the words “Emotional Pet Contributor Application” in the subject line. The article must be sent as a Google Doc file. Article format (Very Important): Edit and finalize your article on a Google doc file.For ‘Sharing’ settings, choose ‘anyone with the link can …

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Crucial Things To Consider When It Comes To Feeding Your Pet

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Loving pet parents are often concerned about whether they’re making the best feeding decisions for their dogs and cats. Although the ideal diet is different for each animal, learning some general information about pet nutrition can help you make healthy choices for your four-legged family member.  However, this is easier said than done. There’s a lot of information out there from …

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Simethicone For Dogs With Flatulence Or Bloat

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Read the following for data regarding Gas-X (simethicone) for dogs such as the proper dose, side effects and safety information. Simethicone, also referred to as Gas-X, is an anti-foaming over-the-counter medication most typically used to control pain associated with the build-up of gas. aside from this, it has a more serious use which is for the prevention of bloat. Bloat …

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Dogs – How To Deal With A Sting

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As a dog owner you are probably aware that many dogs and emotional support animals are very playful and inquisitive creature! However, this sort of behavior can unfortunately lead to unwittingly stirring up an angry hive of bees or other insects from time to time.  Symptoms The chances of a sting are much higher during the spring and summer months …

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Worms In Dogs: What To Do – Guide

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A worm is a type of parasite that can infect dogs, no matter what breed the dog is. Worms survive by leeching off of their host for nutrition, and while some may seem benevolent at first, a dog infected with worms is likely to begin experiencing negative symptoms and discomfort either right away, or as the infection progresses. Some parasite …

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Yorkshire Terrier & what they’re all about

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Classified as a Toy dog, the Yorkshire Terrier may be small, but they are big in terms of how much fun you can have with them! They’re very playful, happy and keen to please, the Yorkie makes a great companion for all ages. About the Yorkshire Terrier Yorkshire Terriers may be tiny, but these dogs have big personalities, and don’t …

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Taking your dog on a Motorhome holiday

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For most of the world out there, it is the beginning of spring season. But, whatever time it may be, some of you may have wondered if you can bring your pet along with you in an RV. When you’re a dog lover, keeping your four-legged friend at home while you travel the country in your RV just doesn’t seem …

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What is The Pet Effect and how does it work?

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Emotional Pet Support aims to educate the general public about the Fair Housing Act and help pet owners secure their right to own an emotional support animal regardless of whether they live in a single family home, condo or apartment. Every pet owner knows that special feeling of coming home after a long day to a pet that’s excited to …

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How to Prevent Destructive Behaviour in Dogs

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Destructive behaviors are abnormal states in many dogs. Most of these tendencies happen when the dog becomes bored or lacks the proper exercise. Such dogs portray behaviors such as chewing foreign items or digging up the ground. As a dog owner, you should consider giving your dog some adequate exercises to restore its normal behavior. In addition to this, you …

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The Many Ways A Cat Can Boost Your Health And Happiness

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By Emily Parker, Catological.com Maybe it’s always been this way, but it seems that over the past decade or two, so many of our days are filled with a huge assortment of stressors. From job responsibilities to make sure your family is happy to the constant barrage of social media notifications, it can feel like outside stimulus never stops. Because …

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Homemade Tuna Patty Recipe

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Hey, all you cat lovers, we have a great recipe to share with you! This is not only simple, but it’s also a recipe that takes almost no time at all to make! Also, who doesn’t like knowing what your cat is eating – it’s certainly a healthy dish! Ingredients: 1 can of tuna 1/4 cup of pureed liver 1/2 …

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Homemade Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe

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We think that this is such a winner that we even shared it on Pinterest! This DIY treat will have your dog begging you for more! One cookie at a time, savor every bite because this delectable masterpiece is one your dog can’t live without! Ingredients: 2 tablespoons corn oil 1/2 cup peanut butter 1 cup of water 1 cup …

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Housing Rights and Your Emotional Support Animal

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Emotional support animals play an important role in helping you feel more comfortable throughout every aspect of daily life. Unfortunately, some housing managers and landlords are unaware of laws that govern emotional support animals and may attempt to reject pets based on strict “no pets allowed” policies. What are your rights under the Fair Housing Act? Is your ESA protected …

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Dog-owners and Driving on the Road

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For many people, dogs are a part of the family. But whereas most people wouldn’t dream of allowing their children to travel unrestrained, the same is not true for their pets. Occasionally, you would see a dog freely sticking its head outside of a car’s passenger-side window. That happens much more frequently than a child without a seatbelt. Car safety …

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Can Apartments Deny Emotional Support Animals?

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When searching for rented accommodations, it’s not unusual to find that most housing providers and landlords have ‘no pets’ policy. To be fair, you can’t really blame them as pets can pose potential damage to the property and make a lot of noise, or even hurt someone, which might do more bad than good. While most renters are forced to …

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Getting An Emotional Support Animal – Scottsdale

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Have you ever wanted to cuddle with a pet when you’ve felt sad or when life feels too difficult for you? Well, now you can. An emotional support animal is a pet for people who suffer from a mental or emotional disability. They provide comfort, companionship, and relief in difficult times. Emotional Support Animal in Scottsdale An emotional support animal …

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What Is An Emotional Support Animal Letter?

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First, let’s talk about the Emotional Support Animal Letter is about. ESA letters typically include the weight, breed, type, and name of the Emotional support animal(s) or sometimes referred to as comfort animal(s) and when this is the case, they aren’t subsequently considered a companion and not a pet. The primary function of emotional support animals is to provide companionship, …

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The Fair Housing Act

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Back in 1968, the Fair Housing Act was initiated as Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, and it protects renters from landlord discrimination. According to HUD, the fair housing act prohibits landlords from refusing to rent to anyone based on race, religion, age, gender and other factors … such as disability. For individuals with disabilities, one of …

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Getting an ESA – Washington, D.C. – What you should do

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Emotional Support Animals have become more and more common over the past decade.  This is largely due to the many studies that have been done which show the great benefit these animals can have for their partners. From nursing homes for the elderly to apartments in Washington, D.C., Emotional Support Animals have been gaining a solid presence in everyday life …

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Getting An Emotional Support Animal – Florida

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People who struggle with disabilities are afforded certain privileges and rights when it comes to their service animals. For example, service dogs that act as guides for their visually impaired owners are usually allowed into certain areas where pets would normally be banned, such as grocery stores and restaurants. But what of those who own animals that aid with mental …

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The Guide to Emotional Support Animals in – California

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If you suffer from a mental or emotional disability, it can be a major benefit to have an emotional support animal who can provide you with companionship and care. These well-trained creatures can be there for you, can help you when you are struggling and can make it easier to do day to day activities. The difference between an Emotional …

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What are all of the Emotional Support Animal Laws?

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Federal Laws and Emotional Support Animals: Benefits of Obtaining an ESA Letter Emotional support animals (ESAs), not to be confused with service animals, are animals that are specially designated to assist individuals with emotional or psychological disabilities. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA), ESAs and service animals, and their respective purposes, can be distinguished in the following ways: Service …

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What is the Americans With Disabilities Act?

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EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS HAVE IMPROVED THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR MILLIONS OF AMERICANS WHO SUFFER FROM MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL DISABILITIES. When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was implemented more than two decades ago, the protections offered for individuals utilizing animals for medical and emotional support were limited. Since that time, the provisions have been modified, providing a greater scope …

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Tips for Taking Your Dog on a Beach Vacation

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Your dog loves going to the beach as much as you do, so why not take it along on your next beach vacation? Of course, we know this isn’t as easy as it sounds. Taking your dogs to the beach requires a fair amount of preparation if you want the trip to be enjoyable and memorable for both of you. …

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Moving with Pets: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Featured Image Source: Pexels If you are getting ready to move to a new house with your emotional support pet, you’ll have to think about how the move will affect your loved one and how you can make things easier for them. Here is our short guide to helping your pet manage a move to a new home. 1. Prepare …

The World of Aquascaping and Its Benefits

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What is Aquascaping In layman’s language, aquascaping is the art of arranging plants along with stones and rocks beautifully in an aquarium.  Aquascape designs come in different unique styles. The aquascape normally acts as a home to fish and aquatic plants as well. You could opt to go with either; plants solo or fish solo, all dependent with your preference …

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Orientation of dogs: Do they have the magnetic sense?

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Dogs have a great sense of direction, as most people know. Often, the four-legged friends seem to return home without any problems, once they have escaped. Now, researchers have found something remarkable, dogs can perceive the earth’s magnetic field. Dogs make a great emotional support animal for this reason because not only do they have this unique ability, but they …

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Why and How You Should Bathe Your Dog at Home

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Having a dog might be fun, but it’s also a big responsibility. If you want to take care of your pet the right way, you have to feed them, walk them, brush them, and bathe them. Dogs are pretty relaxed and love most of these activities, which makes taking care of them much easier. Still, one of the biggest enemies …

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Why do dogs lick people?

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When dogs lick people, it causes different reactions. What one person finds totally sweet, may cause disgust in others. What you, as a dog owner, should know when your emotional support dog is in lick mode, read this article. Whether the hands or even the face – what exactly does a dog want to express when he licks people? Does …

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3 Ways to Be a Great Pet Owner on a Budget

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To welcome a pet into your life is to welcome a companionship filled with love, joy, and adventure. However, it also means adding a fair amount of responsibility to your life. While caring for your pet takes time, effort, and money, the bond that eventually forms makes it all worthwhile. What’s more, there are ways to keep your pet healthy …

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Selling and Buying a Home and How to Consider the Dog

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There are many factors to consider when buying and selling a home. When you add your pets to the mix, there is, even more, to think about. Among all the considerations with putting your house on the market — staging it for potential buyers and shopping for the next ideal place for your family — it’s often easy to neglect …

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5 top tips for your dog this Valentine’s Day

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Balloons, ribbons, and bows from bouquets and gifts could be an interesting thing for your dog to chew on and play with, but they could cause serious problems with his digestive system if ingested. Supervision is a must if your dog is going to be interacting with these accessories. Humans like flowers as romantic gifts but, dogs prefer bonding over …

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All About Separation Anxiety In Dogs

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Image Source: cbc Dogs are friendly and the most faithful human companion for many years now. They own a significant and irreplaceable place in the heart of their human friends. Well, whose soul will not feel gratified to see that wagging tail of a happy dog excited to greet you at the end of a rough day? Right?  Yes!! A …

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Crucial Things To Consider When It Comes To Feeding Your Pet

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Loving pet parents are often concerned about whether they’re making the best feeding decisions for their dogs and cats. Although the ideal diet is different for each animal, learning some general information about pet nutrition can help you make healthy choices for your four-legged family member.  However, this is easier said than done. There’s a lot of information out there from …

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Why and How You Should Bathe Your Dog at Home

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Having a dog might be fun, but it’s also a big responsibility. If you want to take care of your pet the right way, you have to feed them, walk them, brush them, and bathe them. Dogs are pretty relaxed and love most of these activities, which makes taking care of them much easier. Still, one of the biggest enemies …

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Pet Health: Ear Mites In Dogs

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Ear mites, the most common being otodectes cynotis mites, are parasites which infect a dogs ear. This different from fleas which are usually found anywhere in the bodies of animals. The ear mites live and feed off of the oils and waxes in the dog’s ear canal. Typically, cases of ear mite infections are mild, but dogs with a hypersensitivity to …

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How to Get Mats out of Dog Hair

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The degree of matting on dogs depends on the breed. However, not all dogs get tangles and knots. Getting mats out of dog hair is a healthy practice dog owners should embrace. You may be busy with life activities that need your attention, changing seasons, and forget about the brushing routine. Failing to brush your dog regularly can cause its …

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Pet Health: Dogs and Giardia

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Giardia is a parasite which sometimes infects dogs. Though it is a parasite, it is atypical in that it is simply a single-celled organism. It feeds off your dog by latching to the intestinal wall, with the damage most often resulting in diarrhea. In younger dogs or dogs with a weakened immune system, the symptoms are most often far more …

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Top Tips to Keeping Your​ Dog Fit and Healthy

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Our dogs are our fur babies, cuddle companions, and best friends. We shower them with treats, buy them every toy their heart’s desire, and provide the ultimate in sleeping accessories. As we spoil and love them, however, it is also our responsibility to keep them fit and healthy. As obesity rises among humans it’s also becoming a problem for our …

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Depression on dogs and what to do

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Did you know that many people don’t realize, that dogs also suffer from mental health issues too. Physical injuries are easier to heal and notice but, the latter is the one we need to take into consideration. While many dog owners don’t give their dogs daily walks or let their dogs be alone in the house for many hours…veterinarians say …

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