Archive for Pets & Animals

CertaPet Launches Their New Proprietary Telehealth Software Platform

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(San Diego, CA)—CertaPet, an online platform that connects patients seeking an emotional support animal recommendation letter to therapists, has recently announced the launch of their new proprietary Telehealth software platform. The platform is able to automatically connect patients who need an Emotional Support Animal (ESA) to therapists who can help them in that regard. The new platform helps to ensure a better user experience and higher-quality care. Those who would like to learn more about CertaPet or get a glimpse of what their Telehealth platform can do should visit

Erik, a spokesperson for CertaPet, commented “Our entire team is very proud to be launching this new software platform for our patients. While getting an Emotional Support Animal Letter is an important part of the legal process, it’s even more important to us that our patients receive the highest quality of care possible. The Telehealth Software Platform is a state of the art solution that makes it a great solution for both patients and therapists. Our properietary matching algorithm, automatically matches a patients with a therapist who can assist in their evaluation, which streamlines the process for everyone involved, reduces stress for patients, and makes is much easier for them to get exactly what they need.”

CertaPet is an established service that has been highly-rated by their patients. In fact, the company has gotten more than 800 positive customer reviews on ShopperApproved.com and Yelp.com. Their team attributes this to their commitment to providing top-notch customer service to every patient who seeks their help. Unlike some other websites that distribute ESA letters, CertaPet meets all requirements of the emotional support animal laws ( and is 100 percent HIPPA compliant.

As Erik continues, “For those who are currently suffering with the debilitating symptoms of stress, anxiety, PTSD, phobias, and other conditions, having an emotional support animal can be extremely beneficial in helping them cope. Launching this new Telehealth platform now makes it easier for these people to be matched with a qualified, experienced therapist who can properly evaluate and diagnose their condition as well as give them the documents they need for their emotional support dog. We look forward to seeing all the ways in which this newly-launched platform will help our patients continue to thrive with the help of their ESA’s.”

About CertaPet:

CertaPet is an online platform that connects patients seeking an emotional support animal recommendation letter to therapists that specialize in pet therapy.

Source: http://studio-5.financialcontent.com/mng-lang.whittier/news/read/31848121

Canine Assistance Announces Their Request For Donations And Willing Volunteers

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(Milton, GA)—Canine Assistance, a nonprofit organization based in Milton, Georgia, is announcing their request for donations and willing volunteers for the organization. Those who want to learn more about the organization should take a look at the documentary that PBS has produced about their work at

Frances Rosemeyer, a spokesperson for Canine Assistants, stated “When our Founder and Executive Director Jennifer Arnold was 16, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Having spent two years of her life in a wheelchair, she knows what it’s like to need help but not know where to turn. In 1991, Jennifer and her mother started Canine Assistants to help others with disabilities. Today, they have built an organization where 95% of all donations go directly into training and placement of service and seizure response dogs for special needs children and adults throughout the country.

As Rosemeyer continues, “Our service dogs perform basic but much needed tasks like turning lights on and off, opening and closing doors, pulling wheelchairs, retrieving dropped objects, summoning help, and providing secure companionship. These functions not only provide greater freedom for a person, but the dogs help eliminate feelings of fear, isolation, and loneliness felt by their companions. They are also trained to help respond to seizure emergencies.”

Rosemeyer goes on to say, “We have both national and local volunteer programs. Our National Volunteer Program, Noah’s Team, is designed to raise awareness and educate children and adults, on a national level, about service dogs and the amazing ways in which they assist people who have physical disabilities, seizures or other special needs. Our local volunteers in Atlanta play a vital role in our day-to-day operations at Canine Assistants, performing tasks like grooming, cleaning, going on instructional outings, and helping us with special events. We are currently seeking local volunteers to help us run this organization and to continue serving the wonderful people in Atlanta and around the country.”

“In addition to volunteers, we are also seeking donations. These donations can be in the form of monetary contributions, like those we get from people across the country as well as corporate sponsors like UCB, Delta, and Milk Bone. However, they can also be in the form of products and services. Recently there was an insect infected tree on our property that was removed as a donation from the 72 Tree Company. Thus, in addition to volunteers’ time and financial donations, there are various products and services that can be donated to support our cause.”

“We appreciate all the help that people have provided for us both locally and nationally over the last 25 years. We look forward to working together with people in Atlanta and around the nation in continuing to help those in need.”

About Canine Assistants:

Canine Assistants is a non-profit organization which trains and provides service dogs for children and adults with physical disabilities or other special needs. Founded in 1991 by Jennifer Arnold, their mission is to help as many people as possible with the power of unconditional love and acceptance that comes from canine friends. 95% of all donations to Canine Assistants go directly into training and placement of service and seizure response dogs for special needs children and adults throughout the country.

Source: http://investor.thedallasnews.net/newsnet.thedallasnews/news/read/24835365

Finding Similarities Between Services and Life

Respect the Rights of Our Friends and Helpers, the Animals

Animals kill for food, but some men kill just for the pleasure of it.

In early times, men and animals lived in harmony. But after civilization started to spread far and wide, man’s propensity to harm other men and animals escalated, as well. The lion and the lamb are friends no more but sworn enemies.

Any harm by anyone done to another is a transgression against God’s divine law, whatever the circumstances bearing on the matter. All the religions teach the same, and this injunction includes any possible harm done to animals, as well. A basic Hindu teaching declares that everything and everyone, even animals are parts of the One Supreme Being, and that all men and animals are brothers.

Simply by observing animals, we come to realize their affinity with us, humans. Animals feel pain and joy, they can be happy, but they also cry when they hurt, they also love and care for their family and loves them just like we do ours. Spiritually speaking, we need to love all things created by God. But we don’t follow God’s commands. For purposes of medical research, we experiment on innocent animals, causing them to undergo intolerable suffering and death, against their will and without their permission, for our own selfish reasons.

Advocates of animal rights are lobbying for the enactment and enforcement of laws that would regard animals as legal persons thereby acknowledging their God-given animal rights that everyone must respect. Through the work that they do, much has been achieved in many ways – regarding the abuse of animals, illegal hunting of endangered species, preservation and rescue of animals.

Once found in large numbers, today, because of indiscriminate killings, there are much fewer lions, elephants, tigers and rhinos. Because of man’s ignorance and abuse, many animal species are now extinct. Here in our world, God has made us the masters, superior to all other beings, but we are supposed to love and care for all His creatures. Instead, we inflict all kinds of harm on animals in direct disregard of our avowed duty.

Incredible but true. Since the beginning of time, animals have been a blessing and a helpmate to man. Many billions of ants aid in decomposition, cultivate the soil and kill harmful pests and help in increasing crop yields. Bats, bees and various insects help to scatter seeds so that they can spread to other places. Honey is also produced by bees. Where can we get milk if not from goats and cows. Birds also do us a great service by helping to pollinate plants and disperse their seeds, decimate insect pest population and recycle nutrients. Dogs and cats serve as our pets and friends. Police dogs help in crime prevention and search operations, guide dogs serve as the eyes to the blind, the sick and elderly.

In recognition of the great benefits we enjoy through our co-habitation with our brother-animals, there are now much work done by many groups in the fields of wildlife conservation, animal protection and animal rescue, animal rights and the prevention of cruelty to animals.

But we need more.

Source: animal rescue

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