Finding a place to rent in Colorado with an Emotional Support Animal can be trying, despite laws protecting them. They have become essential to daily living for thousands of Americans, but there are still a few hurdles to jump in Colorado.
Bringing an uncertified Emotional Support Animal into a rental property is grounds for eviction, which can include fees and court costs. Landlords must obey state and federal laws about them, however. They do not enjoy the same rights as service animals (including Psychiatric Service Animals), but they have protection from rental property pet rules under the federal Fair Housing Laws.
American Service Pets helps tenants get the certification they need for rental housing and public access. Pet deposits and extraneous fees no longer apply.
See whether you qualify for a Colorado ESA certification letter with our quick test.