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ESA Letter Online

Emotional Support Animal Letter Includes:

  • 12 Months ESA Prescription, written by a licensed Medical Doctor
  • Instant PDF Copy and Hard Copy mailed the same day
  • 24/7 Online Verification and Registration
price from: $99/ year

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Emotional Support Animal Letter Benefits

Never Pay Pet Fees
and Deposits

Landlords Can’t Charge Pets Fees and Pet Deposits (Protected by the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1998).
Airlines Have to Allow ESA to Fly in Cabin and Can’t Charge a Pet Travel Fee (Protected by The Air Carrier Access Act). That is an additional $100 – $300 (each way) that you will be able to avoid when flying with your lovely animal!

Take Your Pet
Anywhere

If you’re like the vast majority of people, you might find yourself on a flight from time to time. Unfortunately, airlines have made it very difficult for pet owners to fly with their pets by either charging outrageous pet fees or disallowing pet travel altogether.
Under The Air Carrier Access Act, you will be able to fly with your pet in the cabin with NO fee.

Keep Your Family
Together

Emotional Support Animals are exempt from “No Pet” housing restrictions due to the establishment of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Federal Fair Housing Amendments. Any ESA owner is allowed with live with their Emotional Support Animal and his/her housing provider or landlord cannot discriminate against ESA owner who has official letter from a licensed physician.

Proven Relief

One of the main reasons people choose to have an emotional support animal is because they genuinely provide comfort and a sense of calm for those who may be suffering from problems such as anxiety, depression or certain fears or phobias.
A Swedish study published in Scientific Reports shows that dog owners have a 20% reduced risk of death and 23% lower risk of cardiovascular death. Another study conducted in England confirms the health benefits of dog ownership, primarily when it comes to physical activity.

Support and Comfort

Emotional support animals can also provide company if you are feeling lonely and in need of a non-judgmental friend. At the same time, they can be conversation starters if you wish to interact with other people. Loneliness is one of the symptoms of depression, and having a pet friend there can help ease this feeling in a safe way, as well as help build a strong bond and relationship.

Inspiring

Emotional support animal can increase motivation, self-esteem and give the owner a sense of purpose. Taking your animal outside daily means fresh air and good exercise for yourself, which can boost your mood by releasing endorphins and serotonin (the feel-good hormones).

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ESA Housing Letter

  • 12 Months ESA Housing Letter
  • Exempt from "no pets" Housing
  • Exempt from Landlord's Pet Deposit and Fee
  • Exempt from Airlines Pet Fee
  • Fly in the Aircraft Cabin
  • ESA ID Card
$99/ year

ESA Combo Plan

  • 12 Months ESA Housing and Travel Letters
  • Exempt from "no pets" Housing
  • Exempt from Landlord's Pet Deposit and Fee
  • Exempt from Airlines Pet Fee
  • Fly in the Aircraft Cabin
  • ESA ID Card
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ESA Travel Letter

  • 12 Months ESA Travel Letter
  • Exempt from Airlines Pet Fee
  • Fly in the Aircraft Cabin
  • Exempt from "no pets" Housing
  • Exempt from Landlord's Pet Deposit and Fee
  • ESA ID Card
$99/ year

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL FAQ

Is it legal to get my ESA Letter online?

Yes. Our doctor's are licensed in California, are HIPAA compliant and follow the California Board of Medicine guidelines for telehealth care. The application of emotional support animal letter qualifies as a valid Telemedicine service in California. Get cheap and safe esa letters online, first time and renewal patients may qualify.

What Is An Emotional Support Animal (ESA)?

An emotional support animal (ESA) is a person’s pet that has been prescribed by a person’s licensed therapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist (any licensed mental health professional). The animal is part of the treatment program for this person and is designed to bring comfort and minimize the negative symptoms of the person’s emotional/psychological disability. All types of domesticated animals can be Emotional Support Animals (cats, dog, and birds) and they can be any age (young puppies and kittens, too!).

How do I qualify for Emotional Support Animal?

For a person to legally qualify for an emotional support animal (ESA), he/she must be eighteen or older and considered emotionally disabled by a licensed physician, as evidenced by a properly formatted prescription letter. Some airlines and property managers will accept a verification form completed by a family doctor, however.

When is your esa doctor available to look at my application?

A licensed emotional support animal doctors are available 24/7 for esa evaluations. Typically, the emotional support animal application process takes a few minutes on the patients part and then the application is reviewed remotely on our physician's tablet. Video conference consultations are available as well.

How does the process of getting esa letter work?

The process of getting esa letter takes only a few minutes on our website and can be completed anytime online. Patients type in basic personal info and answer a short medical questionnaire describing their conditions and symptoms. Once completed, a medical doctor reviews your application, usually within a few minutes. If your esa recommendation is approved, you will get a Digital Copy of your ESA letter by email and a hard copy mailed out the same day. Note: Customers don't pay unless their application is approved.

How will my landlord or property manager be able to verify my letter?

Your landlord or property manager can verify your letter by calling the verification number that is included on the prescribing physician’s letterhead 24/7. This is the verification phone number of the doctor that issues your prescription.

How should I prepare my dog for airline travel as an emotional support animal?

Your dog may not be familiar with the airport environment, the confines of sitting at your feet on an airplane, or facing the scrutiny of airline personnel and other passengers. Please be aware that airline staff (including gate agents, TSA, and flight attendants) can deny passage for your emotional support animal (and you) if the animal is deemed to be a health threat, bother, or nuisance to other paying passengers, even if you have had your ESA pre-approved to accompany you on the plane.

Can my landlord refuse my request to accommodate my emotional support animal?

Only in certain circumstances. If the animal’s accommodation could mean additional administrative costs and other adjustments that would affect housing arrangements, then the landlord might refuse your request. For instance, the animal is disruptive or poses a threat to the health, safety, and property of the other tenants. Make sure to train your ESA so they are not unruly and you are always in control.

Can I bring my emotional support animal to hotels?

The law does not require hotels, restaurants, trains, and busses to accept emotional support animals on their premises, but you could call them ahead of your trip and ask about their policy. Some establishments are open to accepting emotional support animals at their own discretion.

Does the ESA letter Expire? How often do i need to renew?

Your ESA Letter will last for one year. You can then have the opportunity to renew your ESA Letter via CertaPet at a discounted rate.

Take Care of Your Pet

Rules to consider

ESA Doctors can help you and your emotional support animal to qualify for protection against discrimination, increased rent, pet travel fees, and security deposits that could make it difficult for you to keep your ESA animal by your side.

Whether you live in an apartment, condo, or house, you have the legal right to have a pet in your residence to treat your medical condition! Knowing how valuable a pet can be for treating many psychological and physical symptoms, our mission is to increase awareness about the Fair Housing Act while qualifying as many individuals as possible to own an emotional support animal in their home.

There are three general categories of animals who may be considered under these regulations:

Emotional support animals: These animals are not always specifically trained, but serve as comfort to individuals with a documented mental health condition. There is no restriction for the breed of emotional support animals because all domesticated animals can serve as ESAs.

Therapy animals: These animals are usually evaluated and registered by an agency and provide emotional support to individuals who need them. They are often used in hospitals, nursing homes and in school reading programs such as Reading Educational Assistance Dogs.

Service animals: These animals have been specially trained to perform tasks their owner can’t do on his or her own. Guide dogs for the blind are perhaps the most well known in this category. Service animals are not required by law to wear vests or have any form of identification.

Eighteen states, including Virginia, Colorado and California, have laws that criminalize fraudulent representation of a service animal. These violations are usually misdemeanors, but repeated violations can result in jail time. West Virginia is not one of the 18 states, however, businesses could pursue a trespassing charge if a second incident occurs. Play it safe with an ESA!

price from: $99/ year