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Service dogs are the most common type of animals used for assisting disabled individuals. Service dogs are always very highly-trained, obedient, and well-behaved in public places. Under federal law, service dogs are able to accompany their handlers in most places that the general public is allowed. A service dog is commonly defined as a dog that has been trained to perform specific tasks to assist an individual who has a disability that limits their ability to perform daily activities.
Emotional support dogs provide comfort and affection to those who have an emotional/psychological condition. They are protected under federal law in housing and air travel. A letter of recommendation from a doctor or mental health professional is required.
Therapy dogs are very docile and happy dogs that are taken to hospitals, nursing homes, and similar places to raise the spirits of those who are sick or are in bad circumstances.
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