Emotional Support Animals are not considered pets. Emotional Support Animals are also not Service Animals. Emotional Support Animals are a specific type of assistance animal that are protected and granted housing access under the Fair Housing Act. This means Emotional Support Animals have the right to live with their owners in no-pet apartments, co-ops, and […]
Emotional Support Animals are an important part of mental health care. In Washington, if you qualify for an ESA letter, you will have special rights for housing and air travel for your Emotional Support Animal.
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You must have an ESA letter if you would like to make your pet your Emotional Support Animal. An ESA letter is for you, not for your specific Emotional Support Animal. You can qualify for an ESA letter at anytime and even before you adopt an ESA. An ESA letter should be renewed annually.
The great news, if you live in California, is that residents of the Golden State have some of the most progressive state laws relating to emotional support animals (ESAs) in the country. In addition to the protections offered under federal law, California has also demonstrated that it will punish landlords that fail to accommodate emotional […]
Imagine you have just discovered that your current or future pet may qualify as an Emotional Support Animal (ESA). You are excited but also worried. You take a leap of faith and look to qualify for an ESA letter online. There are so many options and you are not sure who to trust, but you […]
If you live in Florida, you can also take advantage of the benefits of having an emotional support animal to help with your mental health needs. See if qualify.
In short, no. Veterinarians cannot write an ESA letter because veterinarians are not specifically and legally qualified in the fields of mental health to make that judgment. Only a licensed mental health professional such as a Licensed Social Worker, Psychologist, or Psychiatric. Now, here’s the longer explanation as to why that’s the case:
A client […]