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Indie May
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« on: October 29, 2020, 05:13:54 AM »



Dogs are versatile all-around animals that play various roles in their human companions’ lives. There are nearly 100 million pet dogs in America alone and each dog with its own character. Dogs have varying characteristics and temperaments according to the breed of the dog and depending on the dog’s upbringing.


 


As a family pet


Dogs, especially some of the breeds such as Golden Retrievers, American Eskimo Dogs, Beagle, etc, are great family dogs. These family dogs become social animals with those around the house and outside of it (more so if socialization begins during puppyhood). They are especially great with kids, taking special care around them and playing with them.  If you do not have an ESA letter you can apply for an ESA letter online only if you have an emotional support animal letter sample.


As an adventure companion


Many adventure enthusiasts who love to spend their time outdoors and travel a lot keep athletic dog companions as pets, These dogs such as German Shorthaired Pointer, Australian Shepherd, Bernese Mountain Dog, etc. are athletic and built to endure the outdoor climates and terrain. 


As a service animal


Service animals are licensed and authorized animals that are trained to assist people with disabilities. These animals are trained to perform tasks that their companions might not be able to perform through their disability or a loss of ability. If you want to apply for an ESA letter you should have an ESA letter sample.


As an emotional or therapy animal


Emotional support and therapy animals make use of the emotional intelligence of the dogs and allow them to be support animals for their companions in the case of emotional support animals (ESAs), and other people in the case of therapy animals. ESA’s, unlike therapy animals, don’t need to be trained or licensed. They only need an ESA letter from a mental health specialist.


As a working dog


A working dog is one that is trained to do various jobs across various professions. The most common type of working dogs are police dogs, guard dogs, search and rescue dogs, etc. These dogs are trained for specific tasks such as following and sniffing out specific scents, keeping intruders away, rescuing people, etc.


 
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jenniferduran
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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2020, 08:21:25 AM »

Pets play a huge role in my family, even though we only have one dog. Pets help to encourage responsibilities with the children, because they need to be fed, loved, walked, cleaned, etc. Additionally, the relationships between pets and children can help the emotional development of children. They learn to care for something that isn't a sibling or a parent, whom they are essentially forced by nature and society to love.
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« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2020, 12:10:08 AM »

I have a dog and it helped me even to get out of the depression that I had after my wife left. I still applied for online consultations, of course, but without the dog I would not be able to cope here alone. Even when I was in therapy we did tasks together, it was the essence of it so that I didn't feel that I was doing it alone. Because by the way, who needs therapy, there is a good online relationship counselor and of course take care of the animals if you have them. Only they will support you in a difficult moment if you have any.
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« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2020, 06:20:53 AM »

Do you know When to Put a Dog Down with Cushing’s Disease? Cushing’s disease is also known as hyperadrenocorticism. It occurs when the adrenal glands overproduce certain hormones. However, many dogs with Cushing’s disease go on to live several more good quality years after starting treatment.
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