Exploring the World of Non-Traditional Emotional Support Animals
Register My Service Animal Blog
by pwsadmin
3w ago
Exploring the World of Non-Traditional Emotional Support Animals   Emotional Support Rabbit   Emotional support animals (ESAs) have become a significant aspect of therapy for many individuals, providing comfort and support that enhances mental well-being. While dogs and cats are the most common ESAs, there’s a growing recognition of the benefits that non-traditional animals can offer as emotional support companions.   Non-traditional ESAs range from the small and cuddly to the unexpected and unconventional. For instance, miniature horses have been recognized for their therapeu ..read more
Visit website
Choosing the Right Service Dog Vest: Color and Compliance
Register My Service Animal Blog
by pwsadmin
1M ago
Choosing the Right Service Dog Vest: Color and Compliance When selecting a service dog vest, handlers often wonder if the color of the vest matters. The simple answer is no, it does not—at least not in terms of legal compliance. Federal and state laws in the United States do not specify a required color for service animal vests. This means that handlers are free to choose any color that suits their preference or needs. Register My Service Animal, a provider of service dog vests, offers options in red, blue, pink, and black. While red is a traditional color for these vests and is commonly chose ..read more
Visit website
Traveling on Domestic Airlines with Two Service Animals
Register My Service Animal Blog
by pwsadmin
1M ago
Traveling on Domestic Airlines with Two Service Animals Individuals with disabilities may commonly have more than one Service Animal. Typically, an older dog serves as the primary service provider, while a younger dog acts as the secondary one. When traveling with two Service Animals, it’s crucial to know which airlines permit both to accompany you in the cabin. Airlines such as American, Delta, United, and Alaska allow two Service Animals on domestic flights. It’s always best to confirm with the airline before booking to ensure you understand their policies and any limitations. Passengers wit ..read more
Visit website
Chickens as Emotional Support Animals
Register My Service Animal Blog
by pwsadmin
1M ago
Chickens as Emotional Support Animals   Registering domestic chickens as Emotional Support Animals is trending upward. Chickens are friendly and create a strong bond with their owner. Many chicken parents compare their characteristics and behavior to a dog. They run to greet them and respond to their name. Chickens are quiet and may be a good match for individuals with autism who are sensitive to noises such as a dog barking. The cost to feed and care for a chicken is affordable plus there is the added benefit of daily eggs. Create an environment for your ESA chicken that protects them fr ..read more
Visit website
Staying at Hotel with Service Animal
Register My Service Animal Blog
by pwsadmin
2M ago
Staying at Hotel with Service Animal   Service Animals are allowed to stay in a hotel and are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  There is no restriction on breed or size of dog. The hotel is not allowed to charge any pet related fees for a Service Animal. You are responsible if any damage is caused during the hotel stay. Your Service Animal must be well behaved and not cause any disturbance to other guests.   As a courtesy, always tell the hotel in advance you are traveling with a service animal.  Some hotels have designated rooms that are used ..read more
Visit website
How to Respond When Property Owner Requests Pet Deposits for Emotional Support Animal
Register My Service Animal Blog
by pwsadmin
4M ago
Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are protected under the Federal Fair Housing Act.  Emotional Support Animals are not classified as pets because they provide support to an individual with a disability or psychological condition.  The most common Emotional Support Animals are dogs and cats, but many individuals prefer birds, rabbits and small reptiles. Property owners cannot charge pet rent or pet deposits if the housing is classified as four units or more.   This type of housing is apartments that include four or more units, condos, townhomes, and mobile home parks.  ..read more
Visit website
The Benefits of Therapy Animals
Register My Service Animal Blog
by simon
1y ago
What is a Therapy Animal? Therapy animals provide affection and comfort to individuals in public and private facilities. These animals can help in many ways and are most commonly used in nursing homes, schools, counseling, and autistic support programs. Therapy animals do not have the same rights as Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals, such as no-pet housing and airline travel. Here are some of the benefits of Therapy Animals: Physical Health Benefits: releases endorphins that have a soothing effect improves cardiovascular health the phsyical act of petting can produce an automatic ..read more
Visit website
What to do When Denied Service Dog Access
Register My Service Animal Blog
by simon
1y ago
Register My Service Animal often receives calls asking what to do if a business does not allow service animal access. Individuals that do not have service dogs are not always familiar with the ADA laws and the legal rights of people that rely on service dog. Here are some suggestions on what to do if your service dog is denied access or for how to handle a situation in which you feel you or a loved one has been unfairly denied access with a service dog.   Attempt to Stay Calm It can be infuriating to be denied access to a place that legally should be easily entered but it is importan ..read more
Visit website
Where Can I Take an Emotional Support Animal?
Register My Service Animal Blog
by simon
1y ago
Where Can I Take an Emotional Support Animal? Shopping and Restaurants:   ESAs are allowed into stores by courtesy and not by law.  Your pet must be well behaved in public.   No formal training is required.   ESAs are not allowed inside restaurants due to Health Code regulations, but are often welcome to join their pet owner on outside patio. Housing:  Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are protected under the Federal Fair Housing Act.   If your housing is classified as four units or more (condos, apartments, mobile home parks, co-ops, etc.) you c ..read more
Visit website
Covid-19 Guidance
Register My Service Animal Blog
by simon
1y ago
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER COVID-19 GUIDANCE FOR HANDLERS OF SERVICE AND THERAPY ANIMALS UPDATED JUNE 16, 2020 We are still learning about the virus that causes COVID-19, but it appears that animals can get COVID-19 as the virus can spread from people to animals in some situations. CDC is aware of a small number of pets, including dogs and cats, reported to be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, mostly after close contact with people infected with COVID-19. Service Animals are defined as dogs or miniature horses that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for peo ..read more
Visit website

Follow Register My Service Animal Blog on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR