Pegasus News Announces New Corporate Partner

Pegasus News is happy to announce our newest corporate sponsor AAACreditGuide, a personal finance website focusing on providing information for consumers on credit repair, credit cards, and general industry news. Our partnership with AAACreditGuide will allow us to syndicate hyper local content provided by their editorial team on the Pegasus News website; this information will be geared towards the Dallas demographic and include strategies and tips that apply specifically for Dallas to help you improve your credit score and get your finances in order.

“We are very excited for this partnership”, says Pegasus News general manager David Anderson. Anderson continued, saying that “this partnership with AAACreditGuide will allow for generous funding to Pegasus News to pay our editorial team, contributors, and authors to ensure that the content you receive is stellar, as always. We never compromise on content quality, and with this partnership, we can sustain our promise to our readers.”

More news on the partnership will be announced as soon as it is available, including samples of content that the AAACreditGuide editorial team will be producing exclusively for the Dallas audience here at Pegasus News.

Dallas’ New Trend: Emotional Support Dogs

Emotional support animals have been all the rage recently, and with the recent popularity of the idea of an emotional support animal, we sat down with expert Pat Sherman from the ASPCA to discuss the specifics about emotional support animals.

Q: Pat, can you tell me a bit about why one would want an emotional support animal?
A: I’d be glad to. One of the most common reasons individuals get emotional support animals are for their care and compassion provided to the pet caretaker. Often times, after losing a loved one, individuals are left with emotional stress, sometimes going so far as to develop PTSD. Animals that provide emotional support are often used to fill the place of a loved one, with an emotional support dog being the post popular.

Q: Is it difficult getting approval for an ESA?
A: Firstly, I’d like to clarify that an ESA is an emotional support animal (if it isn’t obvious already). Going on to answer your question, it really depends on the situation. Easy is a relative term, but with the adoption of the idea of ESAs in the past few years alone, doctors are more prepared to write allowances for animals, namely dogs as they are the most popular. In Dallas especially, where most Pegasus News readers are based, there has been a wide adoption and normalization of the support dog ideology, so readers with legitimate conditions should have an easier time than they would in the past.

We would like to thank Pat for coming for a quick guest interview, the very first of many on Pegasus News!