Emotional support animals..I say yes

Buffalo, New York
February 19, 2018 4:11pm CST
I suffer from ptsd and have a bunny and a hamster I love them and they definitaley reduce my anxiety and depression. I support certifications for service animals and emotional support pets. What do u think?
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@TheHorse (65833)
• Pleasant Hill, California
19 Feb
I knew an ex-con with an axiety pit bull and it seemed to work well for him. The dog was a love.
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@snowy22315 (47242)
• United States
19 Feb
Yes, they are very helpful but some people abuse it and try to get all sorts of animals on planes and in public places.
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@Hannihar (36419)
20 Feb
I think when someone has a pet it helps them not to be lonely and the pet gives them so much.
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@dodoazo (19615)
• Philippines
20 Feb
It's good animals make you feel good for they act and react by their instincts unlike humans who are rational. Wish you of the best of everything. Be of good cheer.
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@Plethos (10315)
• United States
20 Feb
It works for a lot of people. Its like having a true life stuffed animal, plushy.
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@Corbin5 (106416)
• United States
19 Feb
Certain animals that are of no danger to or do not present a health issue for others would be worthy of certification, in my opinion.
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@LadyDuck (157482)
• Switzerland
20 Feb
I think that animals help to reduce stress. This works for most people, I fully support.
@DianneN (78316)
• United States
20 Feb
My brother has a dog for that very reason. I support it fully!