Quote of the week: 

“Happiness is a warm puppy.” ― Charles M. Schulz

Fluffy Family Featured Story: 

Max gives mom the silent treatment 🤐🚪

Max is mad at my mom but not enough to pass on snacks. 😼

― Fluffy Family Team’s Fur Babies

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From the ESA Doctors Blog:

How to Potty Train Your Adopted Emotional Support Animal

Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are often confused with Service Dogs, as both assist people. However, ESAs don’t need formal training to perform specific tasks. ESA’s also don’t need to be dogs; other animals include cats, miniature horses, guinea pigs, or even rats!

Although ESAs don’t require special training, there are some things that ESAs must know how to do. Being potty trained is one of them. We have some tips for you:

  1. Develop and Adhere to a Potty Train Schedule, whether it’s at night, starting the day, after mealtimes, or after naptimes and play.
  2. Always Give Kudos after Potty.

Click the button to read more on how to potty train your adopted ESA.

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