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Emotional Support Animals (ESA's) are trained to help their person regulate overwhelming emotions. They provide many benefits including: redirection of focus, wake for school/work, routine and responsibility, companionship, medication reminder, familiarity, and can be trained to physically relax and calm the nervous system by performing Deep Pressure Therapy.

ESA's are trained for individuals that need extra assistance in their daily life; but may not qualify for, or do not require a Service Dog. For example someone that has nightmares, nervousness, depression, phobias, stress, and/or panic may benefit from a well trained Emotional Support Dog.


Emotional Support Animas do not have Public Access rights; meaning they cannot legally go into non-pet-friendly public locations.

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