An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) is an animal that is prescribed to an individual as part of a treatment or therapy to help person cope with psychological or emotional disabilities. An Emotional Support Dog is often prescribed by a physician or therapist to help the individual with their treatment. Emotional Support Dog’s are more often the norm than other animals like cats.
What is an Emotional Support Dog?
An emotional support animal that is prescribed by a physician or therapist will have the rights of an ESA according to the Fair Housing Act. An emotional support dog will help mitigate emotional and mood-related symptoms that a patient normally can’t handle on their own without the emotional support dog.
Where Can My Emotional Support Dog Go?
An Emotional Support Dog is allowed under the Federal Housing Amendment Act to be exempted from a strict no pet policy and are free from pet deposits.
How Do I Get An Emotional Support Letter?
At USA Service Dog Registration we offer ESA letters by a licensed physician. Simply click a plan below fill out form and submit payment, you will be contacted by one of our licensed physicians to review your case and issue ESA letter.