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What is the Fair Housing Act and How Does it Help Emotional Support Animals?

The Fair Housing Act or FHA is a federal law that protects discrimination against tenants. So, if you suffer from physical or mental challenges that are preventing you from carrying out daily life activities, then, you can keep your emotional support animal even if the societies or condos follows “no pets” policies.

What is the Fair Housing Act And What Does it Include?

The FHA law limits landlords and property managers to discrimi

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What You Should Know About Emotional Support Animal Registration And Your Legal Rights?

Animals have proven to be more than just a pet that rolls over or fetches you things. Experts agree that animals can reduce stress and the feeling of loneliness while boosting endorphins (happy hormones) in humans. Further investigation reveals that emotional support animals also offer various other health-related benefits. But did you know that you can greatly benefit from an emotional support animal registration? This is especially true for peo

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How you should approach your landlord about an Emotional Support Animal Letter?

According to a 2017-2018 survey performed by the American Pet Products Association, more than 68 percent of American households own a pet. This accounts for around 84.6 millions households. Many pet owners go the extra mile to ensure that their pet lives with them. But this doesn’t always happen especially if you rent a house, condo or an apartment. This is where an emotional support animal letter can be of help. Many landlo

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An Overview of The Americans With Disabilities Act and Fair Housing Act

Bodily disabilities almost always hamper your life. Then can be physical, mental or even emotional. However, there are some emotional support animal laws that help those with disabilities: The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and The Fair Housing Act (FHA) If are new to a disability or are planning to invest in animal therapy there can be a lot of confusion. It