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How to Qualify for AN EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL Letter

With Just 3 Simple Steps,You Can Qualify For ESA Letter 

Start with Online Evaluation Form

To qualify for an ESA, you don’t need to schedule an appointment with a therapist. Instead, you can go online and start the process by filling out an Online Evaluation Questionnaire in which you will summarize your medical condition, personal information, and the information of the pet. It is hardly a 15-minute process.

Get Matched with Therapist

Once you submit the Evaluation form, a licensed mental health professional from our medical team will evaluate you. Based on your answers, the doctor will analyze your medical conditions and then decide whether a recommendation for an Emotional Support Animal can help you. This process can be done either online or by a call.

Receive your ESA Letter

After the consultation, if the doctor approves you for an emotional support animal recommendation, you will receive ESA Letter via email on the same day. The ESA Letter provided by our therapists are legal and are acceptable throughout the United States.
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Can You Fly With Your Pet In-Cabin?

The Answer is Yes! According to Title 49, Section 41705 of U.S.C. Commercial airlines can’t discriminate the passengers experiencing disabilities. You can bring your pet in-cabin of aircraft if you have an ESA Letter signed by an LMHP (Licensed Mental health professional). If you are traveling with any airline, you need to fulfill the basic requirements of the airlines as most airlines have different policies for ESA’s.
However, Airlines can refuse your ESA Letter If your ESA:
1. Starts snarling
2. leaps over fellow passengers

 

Can You Get A “Reasonable Accommodation” Using An ESA Letter?

According to the Fair Housing Act, Act of rehabilitation of 1973 Landowner cannot discriminate if you have any mental disability, Landowners are not allowed to charge “Pet-fee” if an individual suffering from a disability (has an ESA Letter Signed by a Licensed Mental Health Professional) asks for an accommodation. ESA Letters saves money for the pet owner.
To get a “Reasonable accommodation” for you and your pet, you can directly approach your landlord.
1. Inform your landlord about your disability before signing any agreements.
2. Present your ESA Letter to your landlord.
3. If required, guide them about the Fair Housing Act.