Access to Restricted Places:
The letter allows your ESA to accompany you to places where you might not have been able to venture with your support animal otherwise. Although places such as parks, public stores, restaurants, and hotels have the right to deny access, an ESA dog letter could definitely help influence their decision.
Living with your dog in a rental apartment often involves certain kind of pet fees. With an ESA letter, the owner is not obliged to pay any kind of pet fees to the landlord. The Fair Housing Act waives all kinds of pet fees that are typically involved when living in a rental apartment.
Enables Living With ESA Hassle-Free:
Finding a safe and affordable accommodation that allows dogs can be extremely difficult. With an ESA letter, you will be protected under the Fair Housing Act and the landlord cannot deny you to live with your dog. Even if the rental apartment has a no-pet policy, you can live with your dog hassle-free.
Get to Keep ESA in School:
It is almost impossible to believe that schools will allow students to bring their dogs along. However, many learning institutions allow people to bring their ESAs to school. For that, you must possess a valid ESA letter signed by a licensed medical health professional.
No Training Required:
Unlike service animals that require training to perform specific functions for their owners, emotional support animals do not require any training. Animals have the innate quality to provide unconditional love and support and require no training for that.
Manage Condition Effectively:
ESA dogs have proven to be effective in alleviating symptoms of mental health conditions such as PTSD, anxiety, and depression. If you are suffering from a mental or emotional disability and your dog helps manage your health, our licensed physicians can help you get an ESA certification dog.