In order to have your animal qualify as an emotional support animal you must receive a letter from a licensed mental health counselor or medical doctor prescribing the need for the emotional support animal.
At USA Service Dog Registration we have helped thousands of families through the process of qualifying for an emotional support animal, you can register your emotional support animal here.
What is an Emotional Support Animal or (ESA)?
Unlike a service animal an emotional support animal is not a working animal but a pet that has been prescribed by a licensed mental health counselor or medical doctor. The pet is prescribed to bring comfort and help minimize the patient’s emotional/psychological disability.
How Do I Get an Emotional Support Animal Letter?
At USA Service Dog Registration we have a network of licensed therapists that can write the required emotional support animal letter.
What Animal’s Qualify as Emotional Support Animal (ESA)?
Unlike Service Animals which only allow Dog’s and Miniature Horses as service animals all domestic pets qualify under ESA guidelines, snakes, dogs, mice, rabbits, birds, snakes, hedgehogs, rats, mini pigs, ferrets and more. All of these animals don’t have to perform a task like a service dog does, they simply provide comfort to the patient. The only requirement is that the animal when in public places and the home are not out of control and causing a public nuisance.