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Best Dog Breeds to Qualify for ESA

Publish Date: January 5th, 2021; Author: Darren M. Jorgenson.

BestDog Breeds to Qualify for ESA

Dogs are one of the most loving and loyal pets that always hold a special place in humans’ hearts. Humans prefer Dogs as the best species for ESA due to their friendly and Supportive behavior towards them.

Emotional Support Dogs are well known for providing unconditional love to their owners. They are also best in getting over someone’s mental health issues like PTSD, depression, anxiety, trauma, and stress.

Remember that Emotional Support Animals are there to make us feel more comfortable rather than letting us into more trouble. So before keeping an Emotional Support Dog, make sure you know about which breed type of ESA suits you and can help you with your disability. 

Here are the best dog breeds that can assist you with your mental health disability:  

Golden Retriever

The Golden Retriever is the most popular breed of dogs known as a disability assistance dog. They are easy to train and are used as a guide dog for the blind and hearing dog for the deaf. These dogs have a medium-large size and have a dense, water-repellent wavy coat. Golden Retrievers are good family pets and are more friendly with children. They have a calm, active and fun-loving, naturally intelligent and biddable, and pleasing nature.  

Labrador Retriever

With AKC Breed Popularity rank popularity of 1 out of 196 breeds, Labrador retrievers are one of the lovable and sweet-faced dog breeds are chosen by the American people. They have a kind, gentle, intelligent, obedient, loyal, and playful composure. Labradors are a medium-large breed usually with short and straight hairs and have an extensive and robust tail. They are very active in sports like playing games, and this breed is more suitable for those who have blindness or autism. They act more as therapy dogs.

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1. Start FIlling up the ESA Evaluation form with your details.

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Corgi

Corgi is another popular dog breed and is a very affectionate dog who loves to be involved in the family. They are small herding dogs with a great desire to please their owners, making them eager to learn and train. These dogs love to follow the things that move, and they also like to follow their owners everywhere. Corgi is one of the most intelligent breeds of dogs. It is necessary to socialize them with other animals, adults, and children to avoid anti-social behavior or aggression.

Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkshire Terrier is a small-sized companion dog well-known for its activeness, protective nature, curiosity, and fondness for attention. These dogs have glossy, fine, straight, and silky hairs and are very attractive. This breed of dogs are naturally smart and quick to learn, are an easy dog breed to train. They got comfortable in each environment and are perfect companions to travel with. They feel happy to interact with people every day and prefer to stay close to their people for comfort. Also, they are excellent watchdogs due to their tendency to bark a lot.

German Shepherd

German Shepherd is a medium, large-sized working dog known for its intelligence, strength, trainability, and willingness around everywhere preferred for many types of works assistance animals for disabled persons, search-and-rescue, police and military roles, and acting. They are quick learners in various tasks and interpret instructions better than other breeds. German Shepherd is a more active dog who is curious, overprotective of their family and family members. Also, these dogs are excellent guard dogs and suitable for search missions.

Pug

Pug is a breed of dog known for its wrinkled, short-muzzled face and its curly tail. These dogs are known for being friendly, gentle, and more socialized nature. They are perfect companions and are considered an excellent working dog. Pugs are an extraordinary and charming personality, despite their small size. They are strongly-willed but won’t get aggressive quickly that makes them more suitable for families and kids. The breed is more fond of children and likes to play with them.

Beagle

Beagle is another dog breed that looks similar in appearance to that of a foxhound. This breed of dog is more popular due to its size, good temper, and agile nature. These are intelligent and get easily bored or distracted. They are handsome, easy-to-groom, friendly with people, peaceful with other pets. Due to their charming, soulful expression, people often consider them as potentially beautiful pets. Beagles tend to bark or howl when confronted with strangers, makes them good watchdogs.

Border Collie

Border Collie is a working and breeding dog that is considered highly intelligent, extremely energetic, acrobatic, and athletic. These are highly active in dog sports and sheepdog trails. From the rest of the domestic dogs, they are found to be the most intelligent animals. They require daily exercise and mental stimulation than many other breeds. Border collies may display a strong preference for herds, a characteristic that they may show with small kids, cats, and other dogs. Beagles are smart but single-minded and stubborn due to being bred for the long chase, making them challenging to train.

Conclusion

These were the most acceptable and most preferred breeds of dogs that people like to adopt to get over their disabilities. There’s no doubt that dogs are right supporters and assists us when we needed them the most. Choosing a dog as an Emotional Support Animals is an excellent choice as they are always by our side no matter how we treat them.

 

About Post Author

Darren M. Jorgensen has a fondness for all animals, though dogs especially, have a huge home in his heart. He enjoys quilting, making handcrafted soap and bodyworks and anything that produces practical products. Jorgensen lives with his own service dog who doubles as an Emotional Support Animal. He gets it.

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