Emotional Support Dog
Emotional support dogs comfort their owners and help protect their mental health, but they are not typically trained to perform tasks that aid people with disabilities like a service animal.
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Mental and emotional disorders such as depression, PTSD, OCD, anxiety, bipolar and experiencing phobias among others can be frustrating. However, having an emotional support animal by your side can be the best therapy you can give yourself. Your ESA will help reduce stress, alleviate loneliness, improve how you engage socially, increase pleasure and relax your mind.
At EsaCare we understand your needs and are ready to help.
Contact us to get yourself an ESA letter from 100% certified therapists.