Dorm Dogs, Campus Cats
"how-to" bring your emotional support animal to college
The parent of a school-bound student and their ESA?
A student who is thinking about getting an ESA, or already has one?
A college or university that encourages informed and responsible ESA owners?
Curious about ESAs in general?
This book is for you!
Most US schools began allowing Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) in 2015. Since then, these therapeutic animals have become a familiar sight around colleges nationwide. Usually cats, dogs, or rabbits, ESAs help students with disabilities navigate the emotional waters of campus life.
Getting approval for an ESA can be a confusing process. It can also be difficult to figure out the logistics of having a furry roommate: how do you walk a dog with five classes a day, or entertain a cat in a tiny dorm room? What's the best way to tackle the big move, or plan for emergencies?
Drawing on her experiences as an ESA owner, as well as those of fellow students, the author has delivered a comprehensive guide that answers these questions and more. Bringing an ESA to college takes care, but is well worth the effort.
Book Size: 6×9 in
# of Pages: 132-133
Published: Apr 21, 2021