Did you know: Pets can offer an unmatched level of support to trauma survivors attempting to cope with the emotional aftermath of a traumatic event. A beloved and trusted pet can act as a lifeline when the person they live with experiences posttraumatic stress (PTSD) or is otherwise emotionally distressed.    (goodtherapy.org)

Specific to DID, a psychiatric service dog can help interrupt dissociation, help a person remember to take medication, retrieve objects, guide her from stressful situations such as crowded areas, even physically brace her if she becomes dizzy, lightheaded or dissociative. (psychologytoday.com)