Bruce And Bubba: Man And His Loyal Companion Emotional Animal Support Letter

Bruce And Bubba: Man And His Loyal Companion Emotional Animal Support Letter

Bruce And Bubba: Man And His Loyal Companion Emotional Animal Support Letter 

Let’s begin by saying that here at Animal Companions we are a huge fan of pets of all sorts sizes, shapes, and colors too. And we recognize the intrinsic value of having a pet because they provide so much emotional comfort and support to people. They are great to have around and in times of need they can really fill a gap or make the tears stop flowing, pets are great for relieving anxiety too among many other things. Pets, especially dogs are often used to help people with mental illnesses, disabilities, or even to rehabilitate people in prison.

That’s why it’s a real shame when many places of residence like apartment buildings or condominiums refuse to let people have their beloved pet with them, even if they really need their pet for comfort. Land lords just don’t like dealing with pets because they can damage the property, be loud, and be smelly too but the thing they fail to recognize are the emotional healing properties that a pet has. Simply having a pet like a dog can relieve so many different issues. So we at AnimalCompanions.org are dedicated to helping people keep their pets in times of need and we do it without any hassle at all. People can go to the Animal Companions website and fill out a simple form which will allow you to qualify for an emotional support letter. These letters are also called emotional animal support letters or animal support letters too. These letters are a legal document that enables people with a legitimate need for their pets to keep their pets. Just like in the story bellow, if you need an emotional support letter so that you can keep your animal even if the law states otherwise then Animal Companions is the place to go.

One example of how a pet helped a person get through their emotional turmoil was with Bruce and his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Bruce is a retired Iraq veteran who served his country well with 3 tours of duty; he is a true hero, but with all heroics there is always a price to pay. Bruce’s experience in Iraq left him with a serious case of post-traumatic stress disorder. He went to doctors and psychiatrists but nothing seemed to help. It wasn’t until somebody recommended getting a dog that things started to get better; Bruce’s friend had a female dog who had just given birth to a new litter and he could have one for free. Bruce wasn’t too sure at first so he spent a few weeks getting to know the dog before he decided to take it and in the end Bruce realized that the dog, which he had named Bubba by this point was really helping cope with his PTSD. Whenever Bubba was around Bruce all of his PTSD symptoms seemed to just melt away. The problem was that Bruce’s apartment building was a no pet zone. To get around this Bruce simply had to go to Animal Companions and qualify for an emotional support letter. He did this without trouble, he just filled out the application, was sent his letter via email, and was thus granted the right to have his pet Bubba with him in the apartment building.

Bruce really needed Bubba the Bulldog to help cope with his PTSD but his land lord wouldn’t let a dog in the building but thanks to Animal Companions and an emotional animal support letter Bruce’s land lord’s bias towards dogs couldn’t stop Bruce from having his faithful friend


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