Our Story

Peace of mind comes when we know we’ve made the best decisions for our family.

And for us, pets are family.

We know first-hand the healing benefit of having an emotional support animal.

That's why we launched Pettable – to connect individuals like you with qualified mental health professionals in their state who are qualified to prescribe ESA Letters for housing and travel.

Our service is compliant with federal and state laws. You get peace of mind knowing we've done our due diligence to be able to offer you this service today.

Everyone at Pettable is a pet owner themself. So we know life without a furry friend can seem like no life at all. Now with Pettable ESA Letters, that's not something you need to worry about anymore.

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Alvaro Anspach

Cofounder & CEO

Alvaro Anspach

Cofounder & CEO

While growing up on a farm in the midwest, Alvaro spent much of his time outdoors caring for animals. This included the typical barnyard populace but it also extended to any wildlife he found injured or abandoned around the farm.  

Despite his love of animals, he chose to pursue a career path in technology, graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Engineering. This path resulted in roles where he built and led sales/operations teams that drove hundreds of millions in revenue.

During this time, he and his wife Isabella started a family and realized that telehealth solutions were key to maintaining peace of mind when illness or injury arose. Yet when they later expanded their family to include a puppy and a hedgehog, they couldn’t find any similar services which extended that peace of mind to their pets.  

As CEO of Pettable, Alvaro is able to combine his years of experience in technology and business with his lifelong love of animals - providing a service that positively impacts pet families all over the US.

Breanden Beneschott

Cofounder & Director

Breanden Beneschott

Cofounder & Director

With endlessly supportive parents, Breanden grew up in the mountains of Northern Nevada surrounded by pets ranging from snakes to macaws to horses. Some of his fondest childhood memories were from building barns and shoveling manure for long hours on Sundays with his dad. It was during this time that he developed a deep appreciation for animal well-being and hard work.

Breanden went on to receive a degree in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University where he rediscovered his love for horses through the sport of polo. In the years since, he and his family have worked to make horses a significant part of their lives.

Breanden is now the cofounder and CEO of Mechanism, a San Francisco based venture firm. Previously, he was the cofounder and COO of a staffing company that bootstrapped its way to 9-figure revenues and required extensive global travel.

It was during this time that Breanden saw how deeply universal and important the animal-human bond is for people across the world. From gauchos in Argentina to family farms in Europe to olympic horse jumpers in New Zealand, animals simply make people better humans.

Denis Grosz

Cofounder & Chairman

Denis Grosz

Cofounder & Chairman

Denis grew up in Southern California with a dog, Willie, a cat, Eepskin (don’t ask!), and two parakeets, Sky and Andy. He went on to study Philosophy at UC Berkeley. He then founded a string of successful companies all with the aim of using technology to alleviate consumer needs.

He now lives with his English Labrador, Murphy, in Puerto Rico and deeply understands how the profound benefit of having a pet in our modern world.

When he is not working, you can find him hiking in the Sierra Nevadas with Murphy. He also loves skiing, woodworking, throwing pottery on the wheel, and welding.

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