What Kind of Pet Can be an ESA?
ESAs come in all shapes, sizes, and species. But there are certain qualities that are better than others that will help you get the perfect ESA. It’s important that you take the time to consider which animal can prove to be the best ESA for you. It may sound nice to have peacocks and ponies in the house or on a plane but the truth is that is not a great idea and risks the safety of people around you.
The first thing to consider before having an ESA should be the size. It is a known fact that having a smaller dog or cat increases the chances of your landlord accepting your ESA Letter. There are chances that you might not be able to rent a place on the grounds of having a big ESA. Even traveling is tough as it gets difficult to accommodate a giant dog in-cabin.
This might seem obvious but it does not hurt to reiterate this fact again. There are certain animals that are illegal in a few states. So, it is important to consider the species of your ESA. Also, the more conventional your ESA is, the better chances you have to take it to a public place with you. We only provide ESA letters to dogs and cats.
If you have never had an ESA before, it’s a good idea to get yourself checked for allergies before getting an animal for emotional support. If you have children, just check up on their allergies before you commit to an ESA.