Whether we’re out shopping or attending a public event, we’ve all seen vest-wearing service dogs before. We often associate these helpful animals with those who have physical health complications, but did you know service animals can help people with mental health issues?
According to 99.7% of people, an attractive smile is an important asset. But with one in ten adults suffering from depression in any given year, wearing a smile can be more of a chore than you might think. While those struggling with poor mental health may have no obvious physical impairments, service animals can nonetheless be immensely helpful to those with mental health issues.
Different Kinds of Service Animals
Most service dogs start their training when they’re around 16 weeks old, but the paths they take from there vary greatly.
Emotional support animals
Emotional support animals, or ESAs, maybe the most…