Quote of the week:
“The average dog is a nicer person than the average person” – Andy Rooney
Fluffy Family Featured Story:
From the ESA Doctors Blog:
What to Do if You’re Moving with an Emotional Support Dog
According to a 2020 Harris Poll, about 30% of Americans are looking to move to less densely populated areas. Gone are the times when people flocked to the cities — the most coveted regions are now more suburban or rural. In 2020, about 5% of New Yorkers moved out of the city. Posh areas of NYC like SoHo and the Upper East Side lost 40% of their people.
This news might not be great for urban businesses, but it’s a dream come true for people who have emotional support dogs and want big yards and open spaces for their dogs to roam. However, people with emotional support animals (ESA) have extra work to do before moving. This article will outline some of the arrangements you’ll need to make before and after you move with your emotional support dog.
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