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Service Dog Emotional Support Dog Therapy Dog









The Basics Service dogs help with performing a function for a person that is limited by a disability. Emotional support dogs help individuals with emotional problems by providing comfort and support. Therapy dogs provide affection and comfort to individuals in hospitals, nursing homes, and other facilities.
Partial List of Disabilities Covered Mobility issues, visual impairment (blindness), hearing impairment (deafness), seizures, diabetes, PTSD, autism, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis (MS), and other physical/mental disabilities Anxiety, depression, bipolar/mood disorders, panic attacks, and other emotional/psychological conditions -
Laws Protecting this Type of Dog Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Fair Housing Amendments Act
Air Carrier Access Act
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Breed/Age/Sex of Dogs Any is acceptable Any is acceptable Any is acceptable
Fly in airplane for free Yes Yes -
Allowed in all housing regardless of pet policy Yes Yes -
Protected in All 50 States Yes Yes -
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