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Qualifying For Emotional Support Animal Letters 

 

An emotional support animal (ESA), assistance animal, or support animal, is a companion animal that a medical professional says provides some benefit for a person disabled by a mental health condition or emotional disorder.

 

 

Emotional support animals are typically dogs, but are sometimes cats or other animals.

 

 

People who qualify for emotional support animals have verifiable psychological disabilities that substantially interfere with major life activities, such as anxiety disorder, major depressive disorder, or panic attacks. An emotional support animal differs from a service animal.

 

“Animals are such agreeable friends — they ask no questions; they pass no criticisms,” — George Eliot

Do You Qualify For The Emotional Support Animal In Florida?

The ultimate answer to this question should come from a licensed mental health expert. Stop paying $500-$1000 a year in pet deposits and make sure you're allowed to have your pet with you wherever you choose to live.With a letter, the fee is waived! Without this letter, you end up paying about $200 each flight! Take your pet with you with all the comfort—and none of the hassle.

Federal Law Prohibits Discrimination Of Breed, Size, Training Level Or Age Of Any Emotional Support Or Service Dog. People With Service Animals Must Be Allowed Access To All Public Accommodations. Never Be Forced To Separate From Your Pet. 

 ​Find out if YOU qualify Contact us today at Adjuva Psychiatry 

““Pets are humanizing. They remind us we have an obligation and responsibility to preserve and nurture and care for all life,”  
                                                                                       
     — James Cromwell

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