Emotional Support Animal Spotlight: Brown Sugar

Brown Sugar was adopted out of Lawton, OK in November 2017.  She currently resides at Roe Cloud Hall and serves as an emotional support animal to her owner.  Brown Sugar helps her owner control anxiety and depression. Brown Sugar is very sweet as her name states, but is also very protective.  She likes to play hide and seek and go outside, but her favorite thing is to cuddle with her mom. She is a very private chihuahua and does not get along with other animals very well.  Her favorite food is chicken, especially from Chick-Fil-A.

When interviewing Brown Sugar, I noticed she was wearing a pink sweatshirt that read “mommy’s little princess” and I thought that was funny as it described her personality.  As she sat nestled next to her owner, I could not help but feel that I was in the presence of royalty. If you happen across Brown Sugar on campus, be sure to approach her slowly and gently as she is a precious and valuable service animal.  She likes Haskell and we like her. If you see any service animals on campus, please be respectful as these special creatures serve more purposes than we know.

Pictured: Brown Sugar

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