- There is no such thing as a certificate or a certification program that, according to the law, formally qualifies a dog as an emotional support animal.
- This is because the law does not recognize dogs as emotional support animals.
- The acquisition of a letter of reference from a certified mental health practitioner is the one and only acceptable method for establishing your dog’s status as an Emotional Support Animal (ESA).
What is an emotional support dog (ESA)?
An emotional support dog, on the other hand, is a dog that has been recognized by a qualified mental health practitioner as an animal that may help a person with a handicap in terms of their mental and emotional well-being. Please be aware that dogs are not the only creatures that qualify as emotional support animals (ESAs) in today’s society.
How to get an emotional support dog for travel?
1. Obtain a document certifying that you are eligible for an ESA from a qualified medical professional. 2 Give a copy of the letter you received from the ESA to your landlord or the airline representative. 3 Obtain an identity card for your Emotional Support Animal and register your Emotional Support Dog. 4 Have fun navigating life and exploring new places with your Emotional Support Dog.