Emotional Support Animals

/ Owner - January 18, 2019

With the growing popularity of emotional support animals, condominium associations are increasing forced to confront the issue of whether or not to permit emotional support animals to reside in units at associations that do not allow pets. Emotional support animals differ from service animals in that service animals are specially trained animals that assist people for a specific purpose, such as guiding a blind person or alerting to an epileptic seizure. Emotional support animals, on the other hand, are not specially trained, but merely provide comfort to a person.    Read the article……………………

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