Why dog is a domestic animal?
Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) are domesticated mammals, not natural wild animals.
They were originally bred from wolves.
Today, some dogs are used as pets, others are used to help humans do their work.
They are a popular pet because they are usually playful, friendly, loyal and listen to humans.
We have identified 5 simple steps to help you understand how your dog can become a service dog.
- Identify and Understanding What Type of Dog You Have.
- Find a Trainer You Trust or Train Your Dog Yourself!
- Train Your Service Dog.
- Pass a Public Access Test.
- Consider Service Dog Certification and Registration.
Many dog owners, when confronted by neighbors or by animal control officers, state that their dog doesn't bark, it must be some other neighbor's dog.
When animal control agencies receive a barking/nuisance complaint, they usually ask the calling party to start keeping a barking log.
To have a legitimate Support Animal, you must have an ESA letter from a licensed mental health professional.
Landlords that require registration or certificates are misinformed.
The only "registration" or "certification" you need is the ESA letter stating your need for an emotional support dog.
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