An emotional support animal for veterans is very much like having an elderly person in the family. While the veteran will most likely have a physical disability, there is a good chance that they may also have some emotional disability as well.
Emotional support animals allow these veterans to maintain healthy interaction with other people even when their physical capabilities are impaired. A veteran may be able to maintain relationships with their extended family members, but they may require special attention when it comes to making friends and developing close relationships with their peers in the community. An ESA can provide this all-around support.
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