Emotional Support Animal Target

Reviewed By Kim •  Updated: 12/28/22 •  3 min read
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Emotional Support Animal Target

It is one of the biggest retailers in the USA. Target isn’t as well-known as it should be and is also not quite as big as Walmart. But, it still has a lot of people who love it, even people with good taste and those who have children with special needs.

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Target was established as the discount division of Dayton’s department store of Minneapolis in 1962. Target started to open stores across the country in the 1980s, when it was a company owned by the Dayton-Hudson Corporation. It started to open new store formats in the 1990s, which were rebranded as Target.

Target operates discount stores and supermarkets such as Target and SuperTarget, and stores of small format had been called CityTarget and TargetExpress, and now consolidated under the brand Target.

What are Target’s regulations regarding customers bringing their emotional support animals with them?

Target’s are not allowed pets or emotional support animals to enter the stores. They are only allowed to enter Target with their service animals instead of non-service animals. If you are a service animal’s owner, you are allowed to shop at Target with yourself or your family.

Owners of service animals that were licensed by their state to do some work must bring along proof that their animals had been trained to perform that kind of job as service animals. Some service dogs are allowed to go shopping with the people they serve.

Why do people with disabilities need an emotional support animal to accompany them when shopping?

An emotional support animal (ESA) is a companion animal that provides physical and emotional support for its owner who has a mental or physical disability. It has been suggested that an ESA can reduce stress for people who suffer from anxiety or depression by helping them cope better.

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Emotional support animals are animals that can be used by people with a mental illness, who need a support animal. There are many benefits of having an emotional support animal. They can help improve one’s quality of life by reducing symptoms such as depression, anxiety and stress.

In some cases these animals can provide companionship for the person that needs them for their daily activities. They may also use an emotional support animal to assist them in going about their other difficult activities because they cannot fully participate in certain activities due to a disability or impairment.

Some people with depressed or anxious thoughts may be unable to do their normal activities, such as going to grocery stores or going out to eat. A loyal pet could be a great companion for someone who suffers from this type of condition, by accompanying that person in places where people are anxious or depressed, like grocery stores.

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Kim is a talented author, who loves animals especially dogs. She engaged in writing books and articles relating to animals a decade ago. Kim resides in Chicago with her husband and son. The family is the proud owner of a dog and a parrot (Jack and Lily). Kim wanted more than these two pets, but her husband put his foot down... She often visits elementary schools to talk to the kids about what she learned about pets and how they could learn from them.

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