An emotional support animal (ESA) is a pet that provides comfort and support to a person with a mental or emotional disability. ESAs are not trained to perform specific tasks, but they can provide companionship and reduce stress.
An ESA letter is a document that serves as proof of one’s need for an emotional support animal as a form of treatment for a qualifying mental health condition. They allow the right to keep an emotional support animal in a residence under the Fair Housing Act (FHA) – regardless of landlord rules/housing policies.
An ESA letter serves as proof of your need for an emotional support animal whenever necessary.
Emotional support animals can help reduce stress and anxiety. They provide a comforting presence to allow for easier facilitation and performance of daily life tasks.
A legitimate ESA letter also serves as a legal exemption from pet rent or pet deposits.
An ESA letter must be provided by a licensed mental health practitioner to be considered legitimate. It must include the patient's name, date of birth, and confirmation of the patient's qualifying mental health disorder. Don't worry, your actual diagnoses won't be shared!
Anyone with a mental or emotional disability that can benefit from the companionship and support of an animal may qualify for an emotional support animal (ESA). This includes people with a wide range of conditions.
Pettable is legitimate because it provides ESA letters from licensed mental health professionals. The letters are compliant with US federal and state laws, and Pettable offers a money-back guarantee if the letter is not accepted by a landlord.
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Clients must form a 30-day relationship with the clinician before
they can write the ESA letter in California/Montana/Arkansas
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