My suitemate and I both have emotional support dogs. The purpose of them is to make our lives easier, as we both have anxiety and depression disorders, among other health issues. However, our anxieties have been exacerbated by our dorm-mates' exaggerated complaints against our dogs' misbehaviors and Scripps Residental Life's mishandling of the situation. For example, we've been emailed several times about our dogs barking unnecessarily--which happens infrequently, maybe once every week or two. However, almost every weekend, drunk neighbors are carelessly loud when my disabilities force me to go to bed around 10 or 11pm. Why are our dogs expected to be perfect when students can be just as inconsiderate about dorm noise?
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