Under ADA guidelines, the owner of an Emotional Support Animal must have undergone professional diagnosis for a physical or psychological disability or condition, such as anxiety or personality disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), ADHD, depression, or other mental health disabilities. Given the stress of today’s world, it’s becoming more common to see emotional support dogs, cats, and even other creatures in public spaces, including areas that normally ban pets.
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Whether you are suffering from stress, anxiety, depression or any other mental health condition, getting an ESA letter for your pet could prove to be really handy. Our doctors understand your need for emotional support in your life, and they help provide you with the same.
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A landlord cannot charge you even a single penny to let you keep an emotional support animal. With an ESA letter, you get to live with your emotional support animal in a no-pet policy rental without any hassles. And you don’t have to put any deposit or fees to let your landlord allow you to keep. You are legally entitled to live with your ESA with a valid letter. Although, if any damages arise because of your ESA, you are liable to pay the expenses.
There is no need to train your emotional support animal. The main function of an ESA is to provide emotional support. It is born to provide emotional support. Unlike service animals that require training because they need to perform tasks for their owners, emotional support animals have the innate quality to provide love and care to their owners.
Though it is preferred you give them basic training so that they are at their best behavior when out in the public.
You can have more than one emotional support animal. There are no laws prohibiting multiple emotional support animals, however, the requirements of accommodation for this are the same. If you need to have more than one ESA, each pet should be well behaved and supported with documents from a licensed mental health professional. Of course, you must also be capable of providing care and attention to all of your ESAs. This is based on the recommendation of your therapist.
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