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Emotional Support Dogs, Sure, But Emotional Support Turkeys? We’ve Gone Too Far

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One of the most interesting trends in recent years is the addition of odd animals to the emotional support animals (ESA) family. Since they take their companions everywhere, these people are often asked to supply proof that their animals are, in fact, certified to work as ESAs. However, these certificates can be purchased online from […]

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This Little Pup Is Just Floppin’ Around Now, But He Could Save Lives One Day

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTBT_ATF’); }); Each year, approximately 150 people are killed in avalanches. Although that number is relatively small, the prospect of such a tragedy weighs heavily on the minds of those working to keep people on hiking expeditions and ski trips happy and safe. Rescue missions to save adventurers trapped under snow, ice, and […]

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A Veteran’s Best Man Was More Than Just His Pal, He Was Man’s Best Friend

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In 2012, Justin Lansford was serving in Afghanistan as a paratrooper for the 82nd Airborne. His unit encountered an IED explosion that severed his femur. Medics couldn’t save his leg, but Warrior Canine Connection saved his spirit and improved his life exponentially when he returned home. Gabe helps Lansford get through his days, assisting with […]

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This Dog Might Be Blind, But He Sees Life More Clearly Than Most Of Us Do

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From the moment Joanne George met Smiley, she knew that he was going to change her life forever. This 12-year-old golden retriever has a rare condition that caused him to be born without eyes, but even though he came into this world with physical limitations, he was also born with an incredible heart. Now a […]

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When This Guard Dog Is Off For The Day, She Does Something So Adorable

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Guard dogs have serious jobs. Not only are they responsible for their owners’ lives, when they’re on duty, they are trained to not react to typically dog-friendly stimuli — tennis balls, other dogs, squirrels. But when they get some well-deserved time off at the end of the day, we imagine most of them are just […]

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