Are you suffering from an emotional or mental disability? Do you think an emotional support animal may be the answer for you? You are not alone. More and more people are realizing the comforting effects a furry (or feathery/scaly) companion can bring. However, there’s more to getting an ESA than just calling your current pet […]
ESA Certification Process
Mental health illnesses are on the rise and people are less willing to live with these issues. Mental Health Professionals are now diagnosing and supporting patients with a wide range of mental and emotional.
What helps is that these mental health conditions are becoming more widely talked about and accepted as true illnesses. Now […]
Emotional support animals can come in all shapes, sizes, and species, unlike service animals, which have primarily fallen into the capable paws of the canine species. Although under the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) any species of animal can be considered an ESA, the problem with Pit Bulls does not lie with this organization, but […]
More and more renters are enjoying the companionship of an emotional support animal (ESA) to cope with their mental and emotional health issues. There is a growing trend recognizing the important benefits these animals provide for their owners. Under federal and state housing rules, landlords cannot discriminate against tenants who need emotional support animals and […]
Under the Fair Housing Act, having an ESA letter will protect your animal from housing discrimination.
Moving is always a stressful time for everyone involved. This tends to be even more true if your family includes a pet. Pet friendly apartments can seem almost impossible to find. Even worse, a lot of places only accept certain types or sizes of pets making finding a perfect apartment for you and your fur […]
Pets in College Dorms
Universities have the obligation to admit emotional support animals into school housing and dorms. The housing board must allow emotional support animals access to provide therapy for people through affection and companionship as a form of reasonable accommodation under the Fair Housing Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1974. […]