Commands to Teach an Emotional Support Dog
Every ESA should know where is and is not appropriate to relieve itself. This is typically the first command owners teach their puppies because no one wants to live with a pup who potties on the floor. Since ESAs are allowed to live and fly with their owners, it is essential that they be fully potty trained. Even if your dog is an ESA if he isn’t potty trained you may not be allowed to keep him in your home for long.
7 Most Important Commands to Teach an Emotional Support Dog
- Leave It
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