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The Social Impact of Emotional Support Animals

News   Aug 07, 2019 | Original story from the University of New Mexico

 
The Social Impact of Emotional Support Animals

A dog in the grocery store; a cat in the cabin of an airplane; a bird in a coffee shop - companion creatures labelled as Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) are showing up more and more in places previously understood to be animal-free. Credit: The University of New Mexico

 
 
 

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