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Get Your Pet Certified as an Emotional Support Animal Today

We provide ESA letters for people so that they can get their pet qualified as a service animal. Our team is made up of experienced professionals who understand how important it is for you to have your pet by your side in any situation. We are dedicated to helping you through every step of the process and ensuring that everything goes smoothly.

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At Service Pets, we know how important it is for our clients to receive timely care from qualified professionals when dealing with such sensitive matters involving their beloved pets. We strive every day to ensure that each one of our clients receives top-notch service throughout the entire process so that they can start enjoying all the benefits associated with having their pet certified as an emotional service animal sooner rather than later.

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"I got an ESA letter fast and easy, and now I can take my pup with me anywhere. I'm a national park junkie, and I love taking my dog with me. I'm a us army veteran with ptsd, and having the ability to take my dog with me on these trips to hotels, on trains, wherever has really given me my freedom back. Thanks guys."
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"Fantastic way to end the week, Arya is officially ESA registered! The whole process was quick and simple, highly recommend it if anyone on the team is considering it!"
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"My boy comes with me everywhere I go. He is family and helps me relax during stressful times. I was so lucky to find this service to help me make this possible for Osito and I. Thank you!!!"
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"Great service! The employees were very nice and made everything simple :)"
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"I found the answer to all my ESA questions on this website, and was even able to apply through them. Reliable and affordable, would recommend!"

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How To Get an ESA Letter Fast & Easy

We are proud to be one of the leading providers of ESA letters in the US, with a team of highly experienced professionals who are committed to helping people find the emotional support they need in order to live happier lives. So if you’re looking for an ESA letter or have any questions about the process, please don’t hesitate to reach out – our friendly customer service team is here for you every step of the way!

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1. Free Qualification Test

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2. Schedule an Appointment

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3. Meet With a Licensed Therapist

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4. Download Your ESA Letter

Register for your support animal the easy, legit way and begin saving money today!

Save Money on Pet Fees When Renting

According to Zillow, average pet fees can range anywhere from $200-$500 per year, per pet. And, in some cases, 25% of the first month's rent! With our ESA and PSA letters, fees for pets are waived! Plus, no more restrictions on where you can or cannot live.

Save Money on Pet Fees When Flying

With our service animal letters, you'll save an average of $200 every time you fly! Our letters ensure you legally fly with your pet by your side and no extra fines.

Save Money on Pet Fees When Traveling

Average pet fees for hotels and Airbnbs can range from \$25-\$100+ per stay or per night. With our ESA and PSA letters, you will legally not have to pay those pet fees.

Why Service Pets?

We only work with licensed clinicians who are experienced in making proper assessments for emotional support animals. Every letter provided by our team includes legally-binding documentation that will be accepted anywhere in the United States. And with our 100% money-back guarantee, there’s no risk involved if your letter isn’t accepted!

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Having a pet can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Animals bring warmth and joy to our daily lives, providing companionship and aiding in lowering stress levels—qualities that may become extremely important during trying times. If you’re looking for an even deeper bond with your pet, consider giving them official recognition as an emotional support animal by acquiring an ESA letter from Service Pets.

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Housing Pet Policy Exemption

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Housing Pet Policy + Airline Pet Travel Exemption

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Never underestimate the power of unconditional love; with our help you can ensure that yours and your pet’s bond will only continue to grow stronger over time. Make the smart decision today and give yourself peace of mind while taking proper care of the one creature most likely able to bring warmth and happiness into your life. Registering your faithful companion as an emotional support animal could be just what you need to make every single day a breeze—and it all starts here.

Emotional Support Animal FAQs

Caring for an emotional support animal is important to ensure their health and wellbeing. Here are some tips for caring for your emotional support animal:
  • Regular Vet Visits – It is important to take your pet to the vet regularly for checkups and immunizations, as well as treatments for any issues that may arise.
  • Nutritious Diet – Always feed your pet a nutritious diet tailored to its specific needs. Be sure to provide plenty of fresh water so that your pet remains hydrated and healthy.
  • Adequate Exercise – Make sure that your pet gets enough exercise and stimulation on a daily basis. Depending on the type of pet, this can include walks, playtime, fetch, etc.
  • Proper Grooming – Regular grooming is essential in keeping your pet clean and healthy. For some animals, this may include brushing their fur or trimming their nails.
  • Socializing with Other Animals – Socializing with other pets can be beneficial for your emotional support animal’s mental health and social behaviour. If possible, try to arrange meetings with other friendly animals in a safe environment.

According to HUD, there is no predetermined limit to the number of emotional support animals one person can have as long as your mental health practitioner finds them all suitable. Having multiple pets can be difficult for a therapist when trying to determine each pet’s specific benefits for someone’s mental wellbeing. As such, some companies impose an additional fee if you want three or more animals assessed. Ultimately though, it is up to the discretion of your mental health professional whether they will write several ESAs or not.

Make sure you are connected to a qualified mental health professional for your evaluation. Telehealth is an approved way of getting an ESA letter according the HUD; however, it’s important to be wary of companies that generate letters with merely a questionnaire and no actual conversation with someone qualified.

In addition, the licensed mental health professional must be licensed to practice in your state. It doesn’t matter if they don’t live in your state—they simply must have active licensure there. When they write an ESA letter for you, it will be valid and effective no matter what state you’re in.

The HUD allows a wide range of mental health practitioners to legally issue ESA letters, such as: physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, physician’s assistants, nurse practitioners and clinical social workers.

It can be difficult to know whether or not you need an emotional support animal. However, there are a few signs that may indicate a need for one:

  • You experience depression or anxiety on a regular basis
  • You feel isolated, helpless, and overwhelmed in social situations
  • You feel unable to cope when faced with stressful situations
  • You struggle to find comfort from traditional methods such as therapy or medication

If you relate to any of these signs, it may be worth considering getting an emotional support animal. Before doing so, make sure to consult your doctor or mental health professional for guidance.

Choosing the right emotional support animal can be a difficult decision. Here are some tips to help you make the best choice:
  • Evaluate Your Needs – The first step is to evaluate your needs and determine what type of animal would fit into your lifestyle. Are you looking for a larger pet such as a dog or a smaller pet such as a cat?
  • Do Your Research – Once you’ve identified the type of animal you’d like, do research on different breeds that would best suit your lifestyle. Consider factors such as size, temperament, energy level, intelligence, etc.
  • Visit Local Shelters – It is important to visit local shelters to meet the animals and get an idea of their personalities before making a commitment. This will give you an opportunity to ensure the pet is compatible with your lifestyle and can provide emotional support.
  • Consult Professionals – If possible, it is recommended to consult with veterinarians or pet professionals who can offer advice and assistance in choosing the right animal for your needs.
Having an emotional support animal can be beneficial in many ways. Here are just some of the benefits:
  • Increased Comfort and Companionship – An emotional support animal can offer comfort and companionship when you need it most, providing a sense of security and emotional stability.
  • Reduced Stress and Anxiety – Studies have shown that spending time with animals can reduce stress and anxiety levels, leading to improved mental health.
  • Easier Access to Public Places – Emotional support animals are allowed access to public places such as restaurants, stores, housing facilities, airplanes, etc., where regular pets may not be allowed.
  • Social Support – Having an emotional support animal can also provide social support in situations where you may feel anxious or overwhelmed.

This is a bit complicated, but, in short, yes, emotional service animals legally have some Public Access Rights, although these rights are not as far-reaching as those of service animals. Emotional support animals provide emotional and therapeutic benefits to individuals with disabilities or mental health conditions, helping them to cope with the symptoms of their condition. As such, they are granted certain legal rights that allow them access to public places. This includes being allowed to remain in the company of their handler in housing facilities and on airlines, among other public venues. However, while emotional support animals do have public access rights which should be respected, they do not have the same level of legal protection as service animals under federal laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This means that owners must prove that their animal has been certified as an ESA by a mental health professional in order for it to receive the necessary accommodations for public access. Furthermore, not all establishments recognize ESAs or provide corresponding accommodations; in such cases an owner may need to present additional documentation or proof of certification in order for their pet to gain entry. Even then certain higher-risk environments may still restrict access even if full certification is provided. Despite this fact, ESAs can still gain access to many public places when accompanied by a valid handler who can demonstrate that the animal is required for proper care and treatment due to a disability or medical condition.

If you are having difficulty with your emotional support animal, there are a few things you can do:
  • Seek Professional Help – If you are struggling to manage your pet’s behavior, it is always best to consult with an experienced professional such as a veterinarian or animal behavior specialist. They can provide advice and assistance in addressing any issues.
  • Create a Training Plan – Developing a training plan for your pet can help you better understand their needs and address any behavioral problems. This plan should include regular training sessions, reward systems, boundaries and limitations, etc.
  • Provide Adequate Exercise – Making sure your pet gets adequate exercise is an important part of caring for any pet. Regular exercise can help reduce stress and anxiety in pets as well as improve their overall health.
  • Stay Calm & Patient – It is important to stay calm and patient when dealing with difficult behaviors in pets. This will help ensure that both you and your pet remain comfortable during the training process.

According to HUD, there are no breed or species restrictions when it comes to emotional support animals. As long as your mental health professional believes the animal is valid and necessary, they cannot be discriminated against – even if that means welcoming in a friendly rotweiler! Even if the landlord or housing provider has a “no pet” policy, they must make exceptions for emotional support animals, no matter the animal or breed. The Fair Housing Act requires that these living situations make small, reasonable changes to their policies so individuals can keep their emotional support animal with them.

The primary difference between an Emotional Service Animal (ESA) and a Psychiatric Service Dog (PSD) is the level of training each type of animal receives. ESAs are not required to receive any specialized training, and therefore their purpose is primarily to provide comfort, companionship, or even a sense of security to their owner. Conversely, PSDs are highly trained animals that possess the skills necessary to help their owners cope with mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, and panic attacks. PSDs can be taught specific tasks such as providing physical support during panic attacks, interrupting compulsive behaviors, checking environments for safety before entering them and more. Additionally, ESAs are typically allowed access in places like public transportation or housing that don’t typically allow pets while PSD’s often have more privileges due to the specialized nature of the work they perform.

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