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A new trend comes from the United States: doing "therapy" with Emotional Support Animals (ESA), that is, emotional support animals.
Overseas, mental health specialists are struggling to stem requests for Emotional Support Animals (ESA), that is, emotional support animals. It is known that mental well-being depends on adequate social and emotional support. While the first includes practical help from those around us, the…Continue
Emotional support dogs, as we know, are the best human friends and provide emotional support to their owners. To do this, they do not need specialized training; they do not need to have a diploma or special skills. Your dog may be one, too, if it helps you relieve symptoms of anxiety, depression, or panic attacks. An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) can be almost any animal, but more often, they are dogs or cats.…
Not surprisingly, animals are already considered the best friends of humans and, now, the same four-legged companions (and not only, since an emotional support animal does not have to be necessarily domestic and is generally not limited by species), they can also become our therapists. After all, it is proven that a single week spent with your pet's emotional support reduces symptoms of, for example, post-traumatic stress disorder by 82%.…Continue
The date on your prescription letter is typically the first thing the airlines will look at when you fly with your ESA. You will be asked to pay a pet fee and may be instructed to place your pet in the luggage hold underneath the aircraft if the letter’s expiration date has passed. Only if you’re fortunate enough to get on the plane in the first place can you do this. You may be required to leave your emotional support animal behind or get off the plane in most…Continue