American Service Pets Blog
Read the latest news related to pets, ESA, PSA, laws, and tips and tricks for caring for your pets.
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If you’re getting a cat for your ESA, you should keep the above qualities in mind. However, every cat has its own unique personality, and even if they’re not a breed that is well known for having those traits, they might. Also, keep in mind that the reverse is true as well. A cat that is known for certain traits won’t necessarily have them; they’re just more likely to.
If you grew up in the 1990s, you may remember watching the space western anime Cowboy Bebop and falling in love with sweet little Ein.
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Individuals with autism are wired differently. They have real neurological differences that impact their behavior. Did you know that an Autism Service Dog is a natural, therapeutic intervention that is helpful for some people with autism?
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We can’t communicate with animals in the same way as humans. Anything we know about their sleep is simply theoretical. Have you ever wondered if all the running your dog does while snoozing is normal? Or if dogs REALLY dream? Read here to find out what the experts have to say.
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If you are an animal lover, you have most likely heard the word ‘mange’ at some point or other. Maybe you are familiar with it, and maybe you are not! Either way, it may end up affecting your family members. Let’s take a closer look at what all the fuss is about.
*Estimated Read Time: 7 min 32 sec. The popular adage goes, “you are what you eat.” We, as humans, understand this warning for our bodies. We know that fitting into last season’s bathing suit usually means declining those morning donuts or that tantalizing side of fries.
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A Service Dog is specifically trained to perform work for an individual with a disability. The service they provide helps the handler regain the freedom to fully participate in daily life.
While in training, Service Dogs will likely make mistakes. If you’re new to the arena, it’s good to know what to expect from a Service Dog in training.
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Each November and March our natural circadian rhythms are thrown into exile. We know how humans feel about the lost and found hours of daylight savings time simply because we can say so. But does time change affect dogs? Our furry friends can’t vocalize it, but they certainly feel it all the same!