Everyone needs a little help sometimes, and a furry friend is an excellent source of relief. This is even more true for people managing the symptoms of emotional disorders. An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) helps its owners through these emotionally demanding times.
These special animals provide comfort and support when signs of their owner’s emotional or sensory disorders appear. There are state and federal laws to protect them in certain instances, but there’s also some public resistance. That’s why recognizing these animals for their vital health benefits is so important.
Finding pet-friendly rental housing and other establishments in Nevada isn’t always easy. Landlords and business owners can be sticklers regarding pet rules, regardless of their accepted therapeutic incentives. Tenants may deal with eviction and correlating costs without appropriate documentation for their ESA, and business owners can also deny admittance.
The Fair Housing Act allows people with emotional disorders to house a support animal in their rental unit if the owner has a Nevada ESA letter. American Service Pets can help them get that authorization. Find out if you qualify now.