People those who are all has a mental disability and they recommended to carry an emotional support animal everywhere. It is one of the best and important parts of a treatment program to certain people with emotional disabilities and psychological conditions. These animals give a comfort to the patients those who have emotional disability problems. The mental health professionals like licensed therapist, psychiatrist and psychologist are authorized to prescribe the animal support according to the air carrier access act and fair housing act. Apart from that, there are many ways are available to treat emotional conditions and disabilities. Those methods are needed to spend much money take a lot of effort to treat disabilities. The ESA is the right method for those who looking the best treatment for their disabilities. The ESA is provided according to
Dogs are considered man’s best friend. Since the dawn of man, our ancestors have either been afraid of the dog’s ancestor the wolf, or used them to aid them activities such as hunting. Now we have evolved alongside dogs and we have helped breed them to our liking and to having them be useful to us. Nowadays dogs our usually just used as household pets, guard dogs, and service dogs. Service dogs have become the elite dogs due to their enhanced training and bred genetics they are definitely good at what they do. As a service dog they can help with physical disabilities and mental disabilities. This paper is going to focus on the service dog that helps veterans that have post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. How service dogs are different from emotional support dogs, how they aid in the process of recovery and how the government should start funding the training of the dogs.
The services that working dogs provide are as important as the jobs of the soldiers, medics, firefighters, and rescue teams of our nation. Working dogs live to do their job and Just as men and women are recruited, trained, and assigned to special tasks so are working dogs. They are selected and paired with a suitable trainer where they begin a life long career of protective service to the country we call home. Because of their exceptional drive, dedication, and unconditional love service dogs receive veterinary care that far exceeds that of the average pet. It seems only natural that working dogs would receive the very best veterinary care available. Providing them with top of the line treatment is the least we can do to say thank you for their unconditional service. With that being said working dogs receive the very best preventative and rehabilitative care from the moment they begin their career begins as well as beyond when they retire. In addition, because of the risk associated with many of the jobs
Even though many people believe emotional support dogs are considered service dogs and should have the same rights as the others, owners of service dogs are treated unfairly because of the increase in numbers of fake service dogs. This affects the ability for one to use a service dog to its full potential. People cannot be asked to leave a public place if the business thinks it is a fake dog because some service dogs are simply under-trained. The population of those using fake service dogs or emotional support animals are ruining the ability for the disabled to use them without being questioned.
Did you know that diabetes service animals can smell a person's breath and blood? This allows them to recognize if their owners blood sugar is too high or too low. This can be a good tool for people whose blood sugar drops very fast. Service animals benefit a person’s life by allowing their owners to have someone around at all times, getting their owners moving, and helping owners with everyday tasks.
Corgis, Pomeranians, Saint Bernards, and Labrador Retrievers. What do all of these furry friends have in common? They can all be a part of a group known as therapy dogs. Therapy dogs are specially trained dogs who can help a variety of people in different settings. Imagine one day you are in a crowded area and all of a sudden you can't breath and are panicking because there are so many people around you. A therapy dog could help you in this situation by walking around you and clearing a path as you walk. Therapy dogs can also help people who suffer from physical disabilities such as impaired seeing or someone who is likely to have seizures. In John Ensminger's book Service and Therapy Dogs in American Society he states that, "Some dogs appear to detect physiological
Millions of lives just as innocent as the most generous child; Trapped in the barriers we know as cages, that they know as Hell; Too many lives for humanity to just be a bystander. Each and every day is filled with a million moments and opportunities for us to take a stand and make a change. Animal shelters around the world are constantly filling with new animals; it is simply too much for the small amounts of staff on their own to make sure every animal gets the love they deserve, as well as making sure the shelter is kept tidy and operating. Animal shelters need us, young and old, even if only for an hour. That small span of time can make the world for them; volunteering assures that animals will get daily love, lowers full-time staff stress,
As I was awakened from a deep sleep, my aunt was yelling “get all your stuff we have to leave.” I didn’t fully understand what was going on by the way I was awakened. It was five o’clock in the morning when I heard my cousin on the other end of the phone saying “we have to leave New Orleans now, the hurricane is going to hit and we will not be safe here.” I never thought I would have to pack up and leave my home because of a natural disaster. As I gather the things that would fit in the small purple suitcase I was still in disbelief of what was going to take place. One by one we loaded up her red Pontiac and headed for the Texas border with my cousin following in the car behind us.
On the last mile, I ran as fast as I could. My Converse seemed to carry me, after I had walked so slow for the two miles before that one. My backpack full of books slammed against the back of my back, forcing me to run faster. As soon as I arrived at my house, I unzipped my backpack and searched around for my house key. The door was jammed, just my luck, so it took twice as long as usual to get
Visualize cracking open the door to your local animal shelter. At first, you hear the howling of dogs, and maybe hissing from cats. Once you walk in, you notice an array of behaviors exhibited by these animals. Several bounce around joyfully and wag their tails. Others stay nestled in the corner, fearful. Row after row of animals sit in cages. The line may seem endless. Why do so many animals end up in shelters, and how is it affecting the lives of these animals that prevents most of them from being adopted?
The winter season was upon us. Snow fell, christmas decorations were up, and our spirits were high. My brother, Milan, and I loved the holiday season. Spending time with our family, opening gifts, playing in the snow; it was all like a dream come true. Every year we made our own wish lists, decorating them in green and red stickers. Although, for the last few years, all we wanted was one simple gift, in our opinion. It was a puppy. A puppy that would run around in our house and backyard, tennis ball stuffed in his mouth and the look of joy on his cute puppy dog face. It was the only thing I truly ever wanted, however my parents continued to stress that is was too much of a responsibility since my brother and I were at a fairly young age. We
In my community, there is a real big problem with the amount of stray dogs on the streets and city animal shelters are so full that there is little they can do to help. There isn’t much funding from the government for animal shelters in Puerto Rico, which makes it a little harder to clean up the streets. And not only is it dangerous to have a large amount of stray dogs in your area, but also could be harmful to the health of the people. The kill rate for the animal shelters in Puerto Rico are at 97%, which are ridiculously high but still does nothing to solve the issue. My goal is to help my community by providing the alternatives to solving the matter of the amount of stray dogs while also lowering the kill rate for those dogs that have not been properly treated or adopted.