Moosh - guinea pig
January 6, 2018
Why Rodents Can Make Excellent Emotional Support Animals

If you’re familiar with what an emotional support animal (ESA) is, you may not initially think that rodents fit the bill. Emotional support animals offer comfort and reassurance to people who suffer from emotional and psychological conditions including eating disorders, anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. They have been proven to help people soothe the Read More

Moosh - Labrador
January 4, 2018
Why You’ll Never Regret Getting An Emotional Support Animal

If you’re thinking about getting an emotional support animal, or if you’re in two minds about registering your pet as an ESA, this may help. The fact that you’ve even given some thought to the subject of emotional support animals means that you would almost certainly benefit from one. Folk often wonder how to get Read More

Moosh - dog being washed
January 2, 2018
Top 8 Ways to Care for Your ESA

Emotional support animals are everywhere nowadays. You have probably seen an emotional support dog sitting on a plane or even an emotional support duck walking with its owner down the street. Emotional support animals are becoming more and more popular due to their ability to help with various psychological conditions people may suffer from, such Read More

Moosh - legitimate ESA letter
January 2, 2018
What Are The Benefits Of An ESA Letter? (Video)

Having an emotional support animal (ESA) can help relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression brought on by an underlying emotional, psychological or minor physical condition.     Getting a genuine ESA letter will give you (the patient) expanded rights in terms of housing and travel Is this the law? Yes! Patients with an ESA letter Read More

Moosh - cat in shelter
December 31, 2017
Why Adopting an Emotional Support Animal is Better Than Buying

If you think that you might need an emotional support animal (ESA) and you don’t already have a pet, you may be exploring several options in terms of how to get one. It’s very easy to be tempted by the cute pictures on Instagram into buying a fashionable breed, but the truth is that there Read More

Moosh - cat on hotel bed
December 30, 2017
Can I Stay in Hotels With My ESA?

If you’re someone who is used to living alongside an emotional support animal (ESA), it can be a difficult thought to adjust to that you might not be able to bring them on vacation. For many people, an ESA is the only reason that they are able to live a full and happy life – Read More

Moosh - cute dog
December 28, 2017
Is An ESA Better For You Than Pharmaceutical Medicine?

Is that a snake you just saw on the plane? Most probably! Don’t panic, though, because it is most likely an emotional support animal (ESA). If you haven’t heard, emotional support animals are becoming more and more popular as a way to help people cope with emotional and psychological conditions they may suffer from. This Read More

Moosh - two dogs running
December 26, 2017
How to Introduce Your Emotional Support Dog to Your Other Dogs

Getting your new emotional support dog can be an exciting event in anyone’s life. The joy and support experienced during this time has the potential to turn your life upside down in the most positive way possible. While this can be a life-changing experience to you, it can be the same for any resident dogs Read More

Moosh - Cat in Suitcase
December 24, 2017
Four Reasons Your Emotional Support Animal Might Not Be Allowed on a Plane

For the large majority of people, flying with their pets is not, and will never be, an issue. It’s rare to find an airline that allows pets to travel in the cabin with a passenger, and even rarer to find customers who take them up on it; many people don’t feel the need to go Read More

December 23, 2017
What Is An Emotional Support Animal? (Video)

Are you curious about emotional support animals but not sure what they are? Let’s clear that up!     ESAs are similar to service animals in that they are used as a form of therapy for patients. However, unlike service animals, ESAs require no training before certification. If you are in possession of an emotional support Read More