Moosh - dog on leash
April 19, 2018
How to Pick the Most Suitable Emotional Support Animal for Your Lifestyle

Emotional support animals (ESAs) are gaining in popularity and it’s no surprise as to why. They offer help and support to people with a wide variety of conditions, allowing them to live happier, freer, and less stressful lives. While many people may think of them as pets, the truth is that an emotional support animal Read More

Moosh - Cat in Suitcase
April 14, 2018
How to Keep Your Emotional Support Animal Safe and Legal On Your Next Flight

In times past it was a relative rarity to spot an animal in a plane cabin. These days, however, times are changing fast; animals of all varieties can now be spotted in airplanes up and down the country. While most of these creatures are regular pets, some of them are emotional support animals (or ESAs Read More

Moosh - dog owner
April 9, 2018
The Best Emotional Support Animals for PTSD Sufferers

If you’re one of the five million people living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the United States, you know that it can be immensely challenging to get through day-to-day activities. For those individuals who are struggling, emotional support animals (ESAs) can help to better manage symptoms, as well as being loving and affectionate companions. Read More

Moosh - dogs riding in car
April 4, 2018
6 Destinations to Visit with Your Emotional Support Animal

Traveling is one of the best and most rewarding things you can do, and if you suffer from a mental or emotional condition, it can be very helpful in treating your symptoms. If you’re able to travel with your emotional support animal (ESA), it will make the therapeutic effects even better. There are obviously many Read More

Moosh - puppy
March 30, 2018
How to Avoid the Emotional Support Animal Stigma

Having an emotional support animal (ESA) can be hugely beneficial for individuals suffering from psychiatric issues or mental illness. An ESA can really be any type of animal that assists in decreasing emotional symptoms of distress (but are most often dogs or cats). There are new regulations being enacted all of the time in regards Read More

Moosh - labrador
March 25, 2018
6 Common Emotional Support Dog Problems and How to Treat Them

Having an emotional support animal (ESA) can be incredibly helpful if you have a mental or psychological condition, and emotional support dogs are one of the most popular choices. Like any animal, they require care and attention, but in the case of ESAs, owners must be extra vigilant to ensure that their animal is able Read More

Moosh - cat and owner
March 20, 2018
Emotional Support Animals and Body Contact: How Petting an Animal Could Save Your Life

Everyone knows that animals can be a man’s best friend. Having a pet or emotional support animal (ESA) in your life immeasurably improves your quality of life. There’s nothing like coming home from a long day of working and seeing someone waiting happily for you at home, ready for a pet or a cuddle. However, Read More

Moosh - cat in suitcase
March 15, 2018
Flying With An Emotional Support Animal: How to Ensure Your ESA has a Comfortable Flight

Traveling is one of the most important and stimulating things you can do with your spare time, and it is also a big part of many people’s professional lives. For those who need the help of an emotional support animal (ESA), air travel can sometimes be an intimidating prospect. This can be due to an Read More

March 10, 2018
Which Emotional Support Animals Are Best For Fitness Fanatics?

If you are a fitness fanatic, you’ll want your emotional support animal to be energetic just like you! You want to be able to engage in energy-sapping, endorphin-producing, muscle-building, cardiovascular-system-strengthening outdoor workouts with your ESA, without your pet running out of steam before you’ve even broken a sweat. Some emotional support animals come with more natural Read More

Moosh - dog
March 5, 2018
Which Emotional Support Animals Are Best Suited to Big City Living?

If you think living in the big city means you can’t have an emotional support animal (ESA), think again! There are actually several types of emotional support animals that can help with your needs, as well as fit into your city lifestyle (like in a small apartment). Just remember: landlords can’t discriminate against individuals who Read More