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How to Ask a Doctor for an Emotional Support Animal Letter

The only way you can ensure proper treatment for yourself and your emotional support pet is by getting an emotional support animal letter. However, there are many misconceptions about emotional support animals, the registration process, and the benefits that come with them. In this article, we will give you reliable information on how to get […]

By |December 11th, 2017|Emotional Support Animals|0 Comments

Not Faking It – My Legitimate ESA Letter

Hello Friend,

My name is Stephanie and I have an Emotional Support Animal. My ESA’s name is Buddy. He loves long walks, kisses, and eggs with his breakfast.

I qualified for a legitimate ESA letter in 2014 and have renewed my ESA letter every year since. Although my battle with anxiety is still a common occurrence,  my […]

By |December 6th, 2017|Airlines, Dogs, Emotional Support Animals, Housing|0 Comments

Can an Emotional Support Animal Help With Fears and Phobias?

Sure, we all probably have something that makes us a bit afraid, perhaps a trip to the dentist or a little spider climbing up the bedroom wall. But when these “small” fears become so overwhelming that it keeps us from functioning in our daily lives, it has crossed over into a phobia.
In this post, we […]

By |November 27th, 2017|Mental Health|0 Comments

How To Fly with a Dog – A Travel Guide

Flying with a dog can be like flying with a baby. The process might be unpleasant, but necessary. Some airlines will allow you to travel in the cabin with your dog if they are small. While other airlines do not accept pets inside the cabin regardless of size. What are your options if you need to […]

By |November 21st, 2017|Airlines, Emotional Support Animals|0 Comments

Seasonal Affective Disorder Treatment Using Emotional Support Animals

Do you get the “winter” blues or feel upset when there are long periods of a dull sky and rainy weather? You may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This is a very real condition that affects many people and some may not even realize that a lack of sunlight is what’s causing their […]

By |November 16th, 2017|Mental Health|0 Comments

Can a Landlord Deny an Emotional Support Animal?

An ESA is a medical tool and not a pet. Under Federal Fair Housing Laws, Emotional  Support Animals must have access to apartments with a no-pet policy and are exempt from pet-related fees.
Pets that provide people with comfort have unique housing rights. The law refers to these types of pets as Emotional Support Animals. Emotional […]

By |November 13th, 2017|Housing|0 Comments

Emotional Support Dogs – A Step by Step Guide

Ever wonder why you are seeing more dogs in the cabin of an airplane? Or why your neighbor has a dog in a “no-pets” apartment? These furry companions are more than just pets; they are emotional support animals (ESA). Commonly referred to as a companion animal.

If you feel that you can benefit from having an […]

By |November 6th, 2017|Emotional Support Animals|0 Comments

Emotional Support Animal Doctor’s Note

Do you know the difference between a Service Dog and an Emotional Support Animal? Many people lump these assistance animals into one category; however, they are not the same and they have different levels of access.

A certified Service Dog is one that is specifically trained to perform a task for a disabled individual. This work […]

By |October 27th, 2017|Emotional Support Animals|0 Comments

How to Get an Emotional Support Animal

In this post, we will cover how to get an emotional support animal and why you will want to make it legitimate by getting an ESA letter.
Steps to getting an emotional support animal

Determine which mental disability you suffer from
Choose the type of animal to adopt
Connect with a licensed mental health professional
Properly […]

By |October 20th, 2017|Emotional Support Animals|9 Comments

How an Emotional Support Animal Can Help With Stress

Did you know three-fourths of the human population undergoes some form of stress in a two-week period? With the busy times we live in, this isn’t surprising. However, too much stress is not good for the body or the mind. And it’s especially not good when it becomes so overpowering that it keeps us from […]

By |October 14th, 2017|Mental Health|0 Comments
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