If you’re curious to know how you go about speaking to a doctor about an emotional support animal (ESA), it’s actually quite easy. Simply just ask your doctor if you would be a good candidate.
They will of course have a few questions for you. These questions could perhaps have to do with if you are feeling anxious or have experienced depression in the last six months. Other questions may be if you have experienced any type of social anxiety or have a fear of flying. If you are experiencing any of the above, you are a great candidate for an ESA.
At AmericanServicePets.com, we want to help you and want you to know you’re not alone.
Remember, you need to have a verified document from a licensed professional. Please never trust any website that offers a free ESA letter or is not signed by a licensed professional.
Due to the new Department of Transportation (DOT) policy, Emotional Support Animals are NO longer allowed to fly in airplane cabins for free. However, Psychiatric Service Dogs are eligible.
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