Group of dogs with neckerchiefs. Photo by Roberto Smith | The Stanford Daily
Group of dogs with neckerchiefs. Photo by Roberto Smith | The Stanford Daily

Emotional support animals improve students’ mental health

“Permitting students to have ESAs in their residences is a long-standing practice at Stanford,” Harris said.


Destiny Kelly ’24 adopted her emotional support dog, Rosé, from Craigslist as she was struggling with her mental health last summer. Rosé, a Stafford Terrier-Greyhound-Shih Tzu mix, now lives with Kelly in Naranja as an emotional support animal, supporting her in her daily routines. Read more…


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