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      Rachel Adams

      I know this post was made a few days ago and you may have already decided on a good choice of pet, but smaller pets such as rabbits, hamsters e.t.c make good emotional support pets!

    • #14685

      How about a cat? Or maybe a rabbit?

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        Lily C

        Yes, thank you! We decided to get a rabbit as a nice starting point, since we’re not experienced with pet ourselves but we want to help with it for maximum support.

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      Lily C

      Hello, I was wondering what would be the most idealistic pet to support a young boy emotionally. I know dogs are a common choice, but sadly he’s afraid of them. Does anyone have any ideas or experience with other animals, and how easy would it to be accepted by others?

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