Oliver leads a busy life. The eight-year-old chihuahua splits most of his time between home, a law office in Tampa, Florida, and court with human rights attorney Mayra Calo, his owner. Her car is set up for him, with a mounted seat that she buckles him into for travel between hearings and client meetings.
Oliver became Calo’s emotional support animal in 2011 after her sister passed away. Calo started feeling depressed and anxious, and her therapist noticed that Oliver was exhibiting emotional support pet qualities.