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Learning About Cat Care And Training

Hello, my name is Ben. I am here to talk to you about raising and training cats. Yes, you read that right. Cats can be trained to perform tricks just like dogs do. You just need to use positive reinforcement and plenty of praise or treats to cajole them into performing the movements you desire. My site will cover daily care of cats, including nail trim tips and feeding schedule options, and how you can train your cat in certain ways. I invite you to use the information on my site to provide your cats with excellent care throughout their long lives.

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Traveling On A Plane With Your Emotional Support Service Dog

Though the laws regarding where emotional support animals are allowed aren't as protective as other types of service animals, there are a couple places where you can't be refused to have them. One of these places is while traveling on an airplane. The Air Carrier Access Act permits you to fly with your support animal and not have to pay pet fees or even keep him in a carrier. However, if you want to fly under these conditions, there are some things you must do.

You must have documentation:

You must have an official ESA travel letter to bring your dog with you on the plane. This letter doesn't have to detail your private information about your illness. It has to be written by a licensed mental health professional and mention that you have a diagnosis of a recognized mental disorder. It should also say that your dog is important to your health and welfare and is also needed at the destination. The letter must also be written within a year of your traveling.

Your dog must be in good health:

Your dog must be up to date on all his vaccinations and be in good health to travel. Some states also have the same requirement that all animals be certified by a veterinarian before they enter the state. You may want your dog to have a checkup before the trip. Be sure to carry a certificate of health dated within the last thirty days with you at all times.

Inform the airline ahead of time:

You can't just show up and expect them to take your dog without prior notification. Be sure to book your flight as soon as possible and let them know you will be traveling with an emotional support animal. Call the airline again within 24 to 48 hours and reiterate that you will be traveling with an emotional support animal. Get confirmation numbers each time you call. Getting everything confirmed and ready before you head to the gate will help guarantee that there will be no accommodation problems. Be sure to check in early, at least an hour before your usual departure time, to reduce stress for you and your dog.

An airline can't refuse you from bringing emotional service dog on the plane with you, however, you can't just show up and expect them to accommodate you if you don't follow the rules. Make sure you have all your paperwork ready and are set with the airline before showing up for your flight. That way, you and your dog can have a easy comfortable flight to your destination. Talk with someone like Next Generation Psychology for more information.