There's a lot of mixed information and scams out there. Unfortunately, many websites claim to register your pet as a support animal but you're left with the hassle, stress, and embarrassment of being interrogated because not everyone knows how to check these registers. Some websites make you dig up proof of a disability or doctor's notes. Others provide a fake cheap nonrefundable $30 letter that can't be used because it's not doctor-approved or from an official organization.
The emotional support animal certification allows you to travel almost anywhere with your beloved companion.
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We believe that everyone suffering deserves help, regardless of their financial situation. Our online platform connects clients wondering whether they may qualify for an emotional support animal to licensed mental health professionals.
Federal law protects people with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, or other psychological and emotional conditions to have an official Emotional Support Animal. Here are some of the laws protecting individuals with ESAs and Service Animals
Fair Housing Act (FHA): This federal law permits the use of Emotional Support Animals and Service Dogs in houses without additional fees even if there is a “no pet” policy. Under the FHAA, landlords must provide reasonable accommodations, and prevent discrimination of any form.
Under ADA law individuals have the right to live with their service dog regardless of any building or residences with a no pet policy.
Feel free to take your service dog or ESA to hotels, housing complexes, stores, malls, restaurants, resorts, cruises, taxi cabs, buses and more.
ESA’s can provide navigation for people with hearing- and visual difficulties, assist an individual with seizures, calm individuals with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Many individuals with disabilities depend on ESA’s to help enhance their everyday lives.
If you have limitations when it comes to seeing, hearing, standing, walking, eating, sleeping, thinking, speaking, or other similar tasks, then you qualify for a service dog under ADA laws. Service dogs helps can help individuals with basic tasks they cannot perform.
If your pet makes you happy and relieves you of stress in difficult times and situations, then you should bring him or her to all your activities.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) recognizes that an individual with a disability is entitled to a service dog to help with their activities. The ADA recognizes persons with disabilities by allowing them to have their service dog with them in all places.
Feel free to take your service dog or ESA to restaurants, hotels, housing complexes.
ADA prevents any extra fees or additional deposits that comes with bringing your service animal. But you will be liable for any damages incurred by your service animal.