Emotional support animals have been proven to relieve anxiety, depression and other emotional stress.
Your animal is part of the family and as such should never be left behind.
Never pay a housing pet deposit or pet rent for your emotional support animal.
Submit your contact information and a member of our team will call you to schedule your risk-free mental health consultation.
Find out if you qualify for an emotional support animal and start feeling better today.
Receive your letter within minutes of approval. You shouldn't have to wait when it comes to your emotional health.
1. If approved, receive your ESA letter via email the same day
2. PSAs can only be dogs, but there are no breed, size or weight restrictions.
3. PSAs MUST be trained to perform a task that helps manage your disability, but can be self-trained or by a professional.
4. PSAs must behave in public and be up to date with all of their vaccinations.
You need to be qualified to be applicable for an ESA more than your pet. If you have a mental disability and you pet is emotionally supporting you with the same, then they definitely qualify as an ESA.
Service animals are trained to perform specific tasks that eventually aid someone with a physical disability. They usually include dogs and mini horses. Contrary to this, an ESA provides their owner with benefits like companionship and affection, which are purely therapeutic in nature. An ESA on the other hand is not limited to dogs but can be any animal instead.
If your pet is providing you companionship and supporting you in any mental and emotional way, then yes they are considered to be an emotional support animal (ESA).
Of course! To enjoy the multiple benefits of an ESA, you need to provide a letter from a licensed mental health professional stating your medical condition and that your pet is providing you with the help and support that an ESA would.
The only proof you will need when looking for a new house with your ESA will be an ESA letter stating that your pet is providing you with emotional support and therapeutic value.
No. In early 2021 the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced new rules that no longer require airlines to recognize emotional support animals (ESAs). As of today, every major airline has banned emotional support animals, treating them as regular pets.
According to Law, a landlord has to make accommodation for you in a no-pet housing co-op if you have an ESA letter. But, if there is any damage or loss to property because of your ESA, the landlord will ask you to cover the same.
You can register with us here and get your ESA letter after filling a short form online. Our special doctor will conduct a synchronous call (teletherapy) to access your mental condition and if approved you get your ESA letter immediately after.
We guarantee that the ESA letter you receive is from a mental healthcare professional licensed to practice in your state and will work as intended. However, if for any reason your landlord tries to deny you your ESA rights, our internal legal team will remedy the issue.