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Hotels for Dogs – What To Know

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We all love traveling, exploring new places, and meeting new cultures. And when we have one or more furry friends who are as excited as we are, everything becomes memorable and a true adventure.  However, no matter how much you would want to have your dog with you everywhere you go, this is not always possible. You might have a …

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Important Information To Know Before Exporting Your Dog To Singapore

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Pet movements face many regulations when moving from one country to another, and the rules of crossing international borders vary between countries. Moving pets across international borders call for complying with plenty of details which only a professional pet relocation can handle efficiently. Besides, the company can take the best care of pets during transit, which gives complete peace of …

What Vets Need to Know About COVID-19

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A large family of RNA viruses, Coronaviridae (Crown) owes its name to the protein spikes that surround its lipid envelope. Although humans are the main host and driver of the current COVID-19 pandemic, CoV infection is, in fact, common in both humans and animals, animals having their own different types of coronaviruses with different symptoms, such as feline enteric coronavirus …

How to Convince Your Landlord to Allow Pets

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It’s a common dilemma for pet owners. You find the perfect property, but the landlord doesn’t allow pets. Do you keep looking for a new place to rent, or can you negotiate with the landlord? If you choose to negotiate with the landlord, how do you convince them to change their mind? Here are eight pointers on persuading your landlord …

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What Are Your Housing Rights with ESAs

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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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How to drive on the road with a pet nearby

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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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ESAs in the State of Washington D.C.

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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 …