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ESA Weekly News October 27th: Michigan Debates ESA Laws and North Dakota Law Weeds Out Fake Service Animals

Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s been a crazy week for emotional support animal news. Michigan started debating new emotional support animal (ESA) laws in the state senate this week. Meanwhile, North Dakota passed a law to punish those who misrepresent service animals. Keep reading to get the full scoop. See If You Qualify for An ESA Here Michigan State Debates

ESA Weekly News Report October 16th: Pets Allowed on Uber Rides and Labrador Calms Courtrooms and Police Stations

Reading Time: 2 minutes As always, we’re bringing you the best emotional support animal news on the internet. This week, we have two pieces. The first is about Uber Pet, a new service from the world-famous transportation company. The second is a heartwarming piece about a service dog who has helped an entire Californian community. See If You Qualify for

ESA Weekly News Report October 8th: CertaPet Launches Veterinarians Website and Missouri Woman Fights Legal Battle Over ESA Monkeys

Reading Time: 2 minutes Every week, we bring you a roundup of emotional support animal news. Today we report on an exciting new Veterinarians website launched by CertaPet. We also look into the legal battle of a Missouri woman fighting to keep her emotional support monkeys. Keep reading to catch up and learn more. See If You Qualify for An ESA Here “Veterinarians

ESA Weekly News Report September 25th: Delta Lifts Ban on ESAs on Long Flights

Reading Time: 3 minutes Once more, we’re bringing you the latest scoop in emotional support animal news. We have a couple of stories to cover today. The first is about Delta Airlines lifting the ban on ESAs on long flights. The second covers an ESA policy at the University of Delaware, which has affected a couple of students. The last one covers one of

ESA Weekly News Report September 17th: Emotional Support Pit Bulls Can Fly

Reading Time: 2 minutes Much has changed regarding emotional support animals on flights. Today, we cover two big stories about this topic. The first is about a new federal guideline allowing pit bulls aboard planes. The second is a look back at the changes made by Frontier Airlines to its ESA policy a year on. Get up to speed with us. See If You Qualify for

ESA Weekly News September 10th: Michigan Cracking Down on Fake ESAs and Temple University Welcomes ESAs

Reading Time: 3 minutes Every week, we keep you informed about the latest emotional support animal news. We’re exploring two stories this week. The first is about a law being studied in the Michigan House concerning the misrepresentation of ESAs. The second is a look at Temple University and their experience with ESAs. See If You Qualify for An ESA Here Michigan

ESA Weekly News Report August 13th: DOT Issues ESA Air Travel Guidelines

Reading Time: 2 minutes This week, we’ve seen some interesting emotional support animal news. Today, we’re sharing it with you. Our first story is about the Department of Transportation’s new guidelines for airlines. The second is a cautionary tale about abiding by airline regulations when flying with animals, whether they are ESAs or not. See

ESA Weekly News August 6th: CertaPet Launches in Canada

Reading Time: 2 minutes CertaPet is your one-stop-site for emotional support animal news. Today, we’re bringing you one major story that happened this week: the launch of CertaPet in Canada. Keep reading to get up to speed! Disclaimer: CertaPet has qualified therapists in British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Ontario only at this time. See If

ESA Weekly News Report July 30th: Looking Back at American Airlines ESA Changes and ESA Bites Flight Attendant and 

Reading Time: 2 minutesWe work hard every week to bring you the latest emotional support animal news. This week we have two stories hot off the press. The first is about a flight attendant who was bitten by an emotional support dog. The second is a reflection on the changes made to the American Airlines ESA policy back in April. See If You Qualify for An

ESA Weekly News Report July 16th: How Emotional Support Animals Help Us

Reading Time: 2 minutes Last week the New York Times published a rather interesting article entitled—’With Me Nearly Always’: Readers on Emotional Support Animals. The article was brief but captivating. Instead of explaining the benefits of an emotional support animal, the author of the article—Lauren Hard—chose to ask readers to write about their

ESA Weekly News Report July 8th: ESA Owner Faces Unfair Eviction and Veteran’s Service Dog Is Confused for ESA

Reading Time: 2 minutes Every week, we bring you the most interesting and recent emotional support animal news. Today is no exception. The first story we have for you is about a tenant who is being evicted for living with an ESA. The second is about a service dog who was kicked out of a hotel because they were mistaken for an ESA. See If You Qualify for An

ESA Weekly News Report July 2nd: New Tennessee ESA Laws in Effect

Reading Time: 2 minutes Every week, we bring you the best emotional support animal news. Today is no exception. Our first story is about new ESA laws coming into effect in July in Tennessee. The second is a heartwarming tale of a man and his ESA alligator. Grab a cup of coffee and keep reading! See If You Qualify for An ESA Here New ESA Housing Laws Coming to

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