An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) helps its handler through mentally stressful moments by providing comfort, support, and a sense of security when symptoms of emotional or sensory issues appear. Federal laws protect them in some instances, but opposition exists. That’s why recognizing these animals for their therapeutic rewards is so vital.
One of the hardest things about living in Georgia is finding rental housing and other establishments that are pet friendly. Landlords, public transport officials, and business owners can be sticklers on pet regulations, despite their documented therapeutic traits. Renters could face eviction and related expenses without proper credentials for their qualified animals, and business owners can also refuse entry.
The Federal Fair Housing Act allows people with emotional disorders to legally keep an official ESA in their rental home if they have an official Georgia ESA letter. American Service Pets helps handlers get the approval they need for an Emotional Support Animal. Find out if you qualify for a Georgia ESA letter now.