Get An Emotional Support Animal
Letter to Certify Your Pet Today.

How to Get An ESA Letter?

Getting an ESA Letter is Easy. Now you can receive a recommendation directly from a licensed professional in just 24 hours. All it takes is two clicks. Here’s how you can get started.

Step 1

Fill-out and Submit ESA Evaluation Form Online

To begin with, fill the online assessment form with your medical details and describe your emotional support animal. Select the letter you need and submit the form.

Step 2

Get Evaluated by a Licensed Professional.

Afterward, A Licensed Mental Health Professional will review the form. Based on your answers, they will approve your request for an Emotional Support Animal and sign a recommendation letter for you.

Step 3

Get Approved, and Receive Your ESA Letter within 24 hours via E-mail.

Once your recommendation is ready, we will send it to your email. After that, You can download or print your letter and present it to the landlord or Airline.

What Are the Benefits of an ESA Letter?

Emotional Support Animals can help Mentally detached Individuals to deal with their mental and emotional disorders like Stress, Depression, PTSD, etc. Besides health Benefits, Emotional support animals also provide federal protection to their owners in Housing. ESA Owners are allowed to:
  • Live with their emotional support animals even in “No Pet Housing Apartments.
  • Fly With Emotional Support Animals in Cabin of Airline without paying any fee for their ESA.
  • Devoid any kind of security deposits and pet fees that a landlord may charge otherwise.
  • Devoid any kind of discrimination that resists them to live with their ESA.

Who Can Get An Emotional Support Animal?

Any mental or emotional disability that is recognized by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and can be healed by an ESA can help you get an ESA letter from a licensed physician.

Medical Conditions To Qualify For An Emotional Support Animal As Per DSM-V

  • Learning Disorders.
  • Anxiety Disorders.
  • Depression Disorders.
  • Attention Deficit
  • Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Sexual disorder.
  • Intellectual disability (Mental retardation).
  • Provisional Tic disorders.
  • coordination disorder.
  • Bipolar disorder.
  • Gender identity disorder (GID).
  • Substance-related disorder (alcohol, drugs).
  • Neurocognitive disorders (NCDs).

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