Please allow 1-2 full business days for your application to be processed and reviewed by your mental health professional.
Yes. Our doctors will review each application individually and decide if the patient is in need of an Emotional Support Animal.
Yes, we will automatically refund your purchase minus the $25 doctor evaluation fee.
You can contact us by phone or email. We advise sending an email for a quicker response. You can email us at email@example.com
Of course! All of our doctors are registered and licensed who are actively practicing in their field of work.
Please email any additional forms to firstname.lastname@example.org for us to complete for you. Depending on the required questions being asked, a $25 fee may apply.
No. If you request any kind of refund on your letter, you will become inactive as a patient. If you try to submit your inactive letter, your patent ID will show as “denied” to your housing complex or preferred airline.
An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) can be any animal species within reasonable limits that helps alleviate the symptoms associated with stress, anxiety, and various mental health issues. However they are most typically a dog or a cat, and do not require any training to perform a specific task. ESA letters are used to ensure that the ESA owner can still live with their companion in housing arrangements that have no pet policies or require pet rent. A Psychiatric Service Animal (PSA) however, can only be a dog and must be trained in a specific task pertaining to the owner’s diagnosed condition. Due to new DOT regulations, ESA’s may not be permitted to fly in the cabin with their handler, whereas PSA’s can. PSA’s are the same as other service dogs and have the same rights protected under the ADA. American Service Pets’ network of healthcare professionals write letter for both ESA’s and PSA’s.
Please email email@example.com immediately after your purchase with an updated shipping address.
No. The doctor still needs to review your application. You will receive an email as soon as your status changes.
No. Each individual needs to be separately evaluated by one of our doctors as each individual person will have varying symptoms and/or reasons for an Emotional Support Animal.
Please allow 1 full business day after you have been approved for your items to ship.
You can purchase a vest on our store by clicking here: American Service Pets Store
If you need a copy of your doctor’s letter mailed to you, please call us. 877-201-2755
The new law is not a ban. It is simply stating that airlines are no longer required to accept ESAs. Now airlines have the option to decide whether or not they want to accept them at their discretion. Individual airlines will set their own policies regarding whether or not they will continue to accept ESAs in the cabin.
Good question. Because this is a fairly new ruling and airlines are still making their announcements, we highly recommend you call the airline to verify their ESA policies prior to booking.
Housing laws regarding accommodations for ESA owners have not changed. Therefore, you may continue to utilize your ESA letter for your housing needs.
An ESA can be any animal species within reasonable limits, however typically they are a dog or a cat. A psychiatric service animal can only be a dog. Additionally, an ESA does not need to be trained to perform a specific task. A psychiatric service animal needs to be trained to perform a specific task or tasks.
We understand and acknowledge that ID cards are not required by the ADA and how this can be a concern for some within the community. However, since our founding we have held an unwavering commitment to helping those who struggle with mental illness cultivate a lifestyle that aids in their disability and makes their day-to-day easier. In consulting our customer base and others within the ESA/PSA community, ID cards are a quick and easy way to identify that a dog has their doctor letter, is trained, and meets the psychiatric needs of the handler. Holding these ID cards helps mitigate questioning and confusion by businesses and individuals as PSA holders navigate daily life.