5 Ways Dogs Help ADHD Brains — in 360 Degrees!!!

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Dogs can be wonderful for ADHD brains!

But a lot of these benefits depend on you having a good relationship with your dog, so make sure you choose one that’s right for you and your family. Do as much research ahead of time as possible and make sure you meet your new family member in person before you commit!



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WARNING: There are many “registries” that are essentially scams. You do NOT need to register your emotional support animal, or have a vest or ID card for them. All you need is a letter from your doctor or therapist explaining why you need one.

For service animals, which autistic people often benefit from, you do not need a vest either, although many handlers choose to use one. What makes a service dog a service dog is the specialized training they go through to provide a specific task or tasks to assist with their handler’s disability and be able to behave in public places.

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Right to Emotional Support Animals in “No Pet” Housing:


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Find an assistance dog!

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Gadomski, A. M., Scribani, M. B., Krupa, N., Jenkins, P., Nagykaldi, Z., & Olson, A. L. (2015). Pet Dogs and Children’s Health: Opportunities for Chronic Disease Prevention?. Preventing Chronic Disease, 121-10. doi: 10.5888/pcd12.150204

Gadomski, A. M., Scribani, M. B., Krupa, N., & Jenkins, P. (2017). Pet dogs and child physical activity: the role of child-dog attachment. Pediatric Obesity, 12(5), e37-e40. doi: 10.1111/ijpo.12156

Martin, K. E., Wood, L., Christian, H., & Trapp, G. A. (2015). Not Just “A Walking the Dog”: Dog Walking and Pet Play and Their Association With Recommended Physical Activity Among Adolescents. American Journal Of Health Promotion, 29(6), 353-356. doi: 10.4278/ajhp.130522-ARB-262

Lundqvist, M., Carlsson, P., Sjödahl, R., Theodorsson, E., & Levin, L. (2017). Patient benefit of dog-assisted interventions in health care: a systematic review. BMC Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 171-12. doi: 10.1186/s12906-017-1844-7

Schuck, S. B., Emmerson, N. A., Fine, A. H., & Lakes, K. D. (2015). Canine-assisted therapy for children with ADHD: preliminary findings from the positive assertive cooperative kids study. Journal Of Attention Disorders, 19(2), 125-137. doi: 10.1177/1087054713502080

Sugawara, A., Masud, M. M., Yokoyama, A., Mizutani, W., Watanuki, S., Yanai, K., & … Tashiro, M. (2012). Effects of Presence of a Familiar Pet Dog on Regional Cerebral Activity in Healthy Volunteers: A Positron Emission Tomography Study. Anthrozoos, 25(1), 25-34.

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Special thanks to Alex and Duckie for consulting and providing links and research on this video! Puppy kisses, mwah!


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