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Any size or breed of dog can be an Emotional support,Therapy Dog or Service Dog, Emotional support dogs do not have to be professionally-trained to perform any task.
Service dogs are dogs that have been individually trained to perform a specific task for individuals who have disabilities. The disabilities can vary greatly, and so do the tasks that the service dogs perform.
Service dogs are often identified by wearing a service dog vest or tag, letting the public know that it is a service dog; otherwise, their handlers will find themselves having to explain everywhere that they go that their dog is a service dog.
Most Common Reasons Listed For Service Dog Needs.
Asthma (or other breathing problems) Allergy Alert Blindness (& partial blindness)Cancer Deafness (& partial deafness) Cardio Vascular Stroke Diabetes Dizziness/Balance problems Epilepsy General Hearing Difficulty Mobility Problems Neurological Problems Paralysis Physical Weakness Speech Problems SeizuresGeneral Medical Alert
Service dogs can be trained by their owners or in any other manner the owner desires to assist them with their disability.
Emotional support dogs are dogs that provide comfort and support in forms of affection and companionship for an individual suffering from various mental and emotional conditions.
Most Common Reasons Listed For Emotional Support Dog Needs.
Anxiety Depression Bipolar disorder Mood disorder Fear/phobias Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Suicidal Thoughts/Tendencies Adjustment Disorders Generalized anxiety disorder Social anxiety disorder Panic disorder Post-traumatic stress disorder Separation anxiety Dissociative Disorders Factitious Disorders Eating Disorders Impulse-Control Disorders Mental Disorders Due to a General Medical Condition Neurocognitive Disorders Mood Disorders Neurodevelopmental Disorders Personality Disorders Psychotic Disorders Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders Sleep DisordersStress Somatoform Disorders Substance Related Disorders
Emotional support are not required to be trained or perform any specific task.
Therapy dogs are dogs that are used to bring comfort and joy to those who are ill or under poor conditions, such as those who have been affected by a natural disaster. Many people are able to connect with dogs and feel the love that they provide, and this has a therapeutic effect on them. Therapy dogs are generally very calm and well-behaved, so that they do not upset or make uncomfortable those around them.
Therapy Dogs do not require any specific training.
Have you ever had your dog with you at a restaurant, hotel, or another public place and been harassed or felt you had to explain why you needed your dog by your side? If so, you know how frustrating, humiliating, and infuriating this can be. When you have documentation ready to show people who are questioning your right to have your dog with you, it eases tension and creates a more welcoming atmosphere.
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