Emotional Support Fish

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Fish as Emotional Support Animals have the same health benefits as other ESAs. Fishes are a group of animals that are aquatic vertebrates with gills, scales, and swim bladders, most produce eggs, and are ectothermic. A few examples of emotional support fish are Goldfish, Angelfish, Betta, Rainbowfish, Guppies, Mollies, etc. Fish make great pets for…

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Reasons To Get an Emotional Support Bearded Dragon (Beardie)

girl with her beardie Bearded Dragon as an Emotional Support Animal

Bearded Dragons (Beardie’s) have recently become the most common emotional support reptiles. Learn more about the benefits of having a Bearded Dragon as an Emotional Support Animal below. They make great companions Having an Emotional Support Bearded Dragon may seem odd, but there are definite advantages. Like cats and dogs, these reptiles are just as…

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Pet Connect Tips: How To Have a Dog in an Apartment

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Emotional support animals (ESA) like dogs offer great comfort and companionship to individuals with mental and physical health issues. This blog aims to enlighten readers about all processes and steps involved in learning how to have a dog in an apartment with a “no pets allowed” policy. Learn more about how you can live comfortably…

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Top 5 Reasons To Get an Emotional Support Rabbit

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Pets such as an emotional support bunny make for great companions, especially during trying times like these. For individuals with anxiety, depression, or other mental illnesses, pets can become great pillars of support. An emotional support rabbit can give an individual focus and ease their troubles to help function normally each day. Cats and dogs…

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5 Reasons Why You Should Get an Emotional Support Rat

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Emotional support animals come in many forms and breeds. They aren’t just limited to traditional pets like dogs or cats. Owners can choose from a wide array of animals in selecting their ESA. This includes rats.  Although rats may not be the first option for most people when choosing an ESA, having a rat as…

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How Many Emotional Support Animals Can I Have?

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When it comes to emotional support animals (ESAs), you are not limited to having just one. So, if you were wondering how many ESAs I can have, the answer is – you can have as many as you need. You can even have multiple emotional support animals of different species, such as a cat and…

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Emotional Support Bird

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Emotional support birds have been gaining popularity recently as people have begun to realize the advantages of avian companionship. Let us answer questions about ESAs and birds!

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