Emotional support animals visited UCLA Medical Center. This dog, named Foxy Lady, has worked in the hospital for about five years.

Emotional support animals visited UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica Friday to deliver Valentines to sick children. This dog, named Foxy Lady, has worked in the hospital for about five years.

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  1. Dogs that visit patients in hospitals, etc. are not emotional support animals. They are therapy animals specifically trained to engage with those they visit. They are their owner’s pets.

    Emotional support animals provide support to one specific person, are not considered pets, and are protected by the Fair Housing Act. They don’t visit patients, etc.

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