Moosh - Two cute ESA puppies
October 7, 2017
How to House Train Your Emotional Support Animal

You’ve got your emotional support animal letter and your new furry friend – what’s next? Unfortunately, there comes a time in every new ESA owner’s life where they must get down and dirty and house train their emotional support animal – unless they want their home to pay the price for not doing so! House training Read More

Moosh - Dog Frisbee
October 5, 2017
The Best Outdoor Activities to Do With Your Emotional Support Dog

Far and away the most popular pet on the face of the planet is a dog. There’s no other animal like them; they seem to have been created for the sole purpose of bringing joy to the lives of humans (as well as providing a number of useful services for us as an emotional support dog). Read More

Moosh - Girl with ESA Cat
October 3, 2017
8 Ways to Enhance the Bond Between You and Your ESA

The most beautiful thing about emotional support animal ownership is the strong bond that you and the animal can share. Having an ESA that you share a solid empathetic connection with works wonders for your mental health by staving off loneliness and supercharging your emotional wellbeing. When it comes to your relationship with your emotional support Read More

Moosh - Cute ESA dog in window
October 1, 2017
Housing with an ESA: How the Americans with Disabilities Act Protects You

Finding housing can be a stressful situation for anyone, especially in high-pressure rental areas. If you can afford to buy a house, you will often be at the mercy of landlords and rapidly rising rents. However, if you’re someone who suffers from a psychological or emotional condition and who relies on an emotional support animal Read More

Moosh - Cat Playing
September 30, 2017
4 Must-Have Accessories for Your Emotional Support Cat

It’s generally considered that, among the two big hitters in the pet department, dogs are more popular than cats. Recent studies show that 39% of homes in the U.S. own a dog, while 33% of homes own a cat. Other pets don’t even come close to the top two, with the next most popular being Read More

Moosh - Stone Goat
September 29, 2017
6 Unusual ESA Pets That Are Common in Foreign Countries

Americans are in love with ESA pets such as dogs, cats, rabbits, rats and pot-bellied pigs, all of which make excellent emotional support animals. But in other countries around the world, some very different species of animal are providing emotional animal support to people.   Emotional support pets of all shapes and sizes are kept in far off Read More

Moosh - Depressed Man Black and White
September 27, 2017
Will an Emotional Support Animal Help with Depression?

An emotional support animal can provide many benefits to its owner. Its main job is to offer comfort and help ease the symptoms of physiological and psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder. In the US, depression affects roughly 6.7% of the population over 18 years of age, which is equivalent to 16.1 million Read More

Moosh - owner petting ESA dog
September 25, 2017
6 Cool Ways That You and Your ESA Can Exercise Together

One of the best ways to build a rock-solid bond with someone is to become training-buddies with them. Sweating, grunting and pumping together, pushing and motivating each other to the max, going on a tandem odyssey of self-improvement, and supporting each other as you both fight to become the very best versions of yourselves – Read More

Moosh - cute ESA daschund
September 23, 2017
5 Benefits of Having an Emotional Support Animal

Nowadays it is becoming more and more common to see people with a pet in public, whether it be on the subway or just walking on the street. Chances are, these pets are actually emotional support animals (ESAs) – not just your regular pet, but one that is there with a special role – which Read More

Moosh - Sleepy ESA Dog
September 21, 2017
ESA Cats and ESA Dogs: Which Is More Suitable For You?

ESA cats and ESA dogs do exactly what they say they do- they support you emotionally. An ESA pet can play a very important role in your life. Without wishing to sound over-dramatic; it can even be a life-saver. If you’re suffering from a mental or emotional disability, the right pet will almost certainly help reduce your symptoms, Read More