What Kind of Pet Can be an Emotional Support Animal?
Emotional support animals come in a lot of shapes, sizes, and species. But there are some certain qualities that are better than others when you look for an Emotional Support Animal. Just because you can does not mean that you should just make any animal into an ESA. It sounds really nice if you have peacocks and ponies roaming about but the truth is that is the worst idea.
If you want to get an ESA then the first thing to cross your mind should be the size. It is a commonly known fact that if you have a smaller dog it is much easier to get your landlord to accept an ESA Letter. Often on the grounds of it being a big dog, there are chances that you might not be able to rent a place. 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 some states. So. pay important consideration to what the species of your ESA is. Also, the more “normal” your ESA is the better chances you have for it to go to a public place with. Our recommendation will be to either get a dog or cat.
If you have never had an ESA before there is a chance that you have an allergy you are not even aware of. If you have children, just check up on their allergies before you commit to an ESA.