You’ve seen emotional support dogs, but would you get a large reptile for comfort?
The Doctors discuss the case of a service dog that was ignored by shoppers at the mall when the dog was attempting to get help after the dog’s owner, who had tripped and required help.
The Doctors share the story of a woman and her service dog, Raider, that should serve as a PSA if you're ever approached by a service dog.
Therapy dogs can provide both emotional and physical health benefits and one such pup is in the studio to meet The Doctors!
The Doctors welcome Pierre the Therapy Dog and his owner Matt to share how he is helping children in the hospital and also stressed out travelers at the airport.
The Doctors meet 7-year-old Madison whose sleep apnea, asthma and narcolepsy are being helped by her service dog Hershey.
The Doctors welcome Tim Hetzner, CEO and President of Canine Comfort Dogs to discuss the amazing effect that comforts dogs can have on so many people including veterans, patients in the hospital, students, and other victims.
The Doctors discuss the story of a 6-year-old girl that was allegedly bitten by an emotional support dog while boarding a flight.
Support animals are vital to so many people, but is an emotional support squirrel going too far?
The Doctors examine an incident of a woman's meltdown due to a service dog being in a restaurant that was caught on tape.