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What are you talking about? Surely you've seen people who keep dogs as pets. They lead entirely normal lives, for the most part. And you must have also seen people who have not just one dog, but two or more, and they still have a normal life. If you understand that, is it that big of a leap to imagine that some of those people may also have $50 to certify their pets as ESAs?



> If you understand that, is it that big of a leap to imagine that some of those people may also have $50 to certify their pets as ESAs?

Except emotional support animals are more than just your average pet.


Every pet is more than just your average pet. They're good dogs, Brent.


It's actually more about the person being special than the pet.




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