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“I am very proud to be called a pig. It stands for pride, integrity and guts.” – Ronald Reagan
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From the ESA Doctors Blog:
Who Can Write an ESA Letter?
ESAs provide affection and companionship to individuals who are experiencing difficulties working through a traumatic experience or suffer from depression or anxiety. But when looking for housing, pets are not always welcome. Fortunately, a legitimate emotional support animal is protected by federal and state laws and is exempt from pet restrictions.
To make your emotional support animal official, you’ll need an ESA letter, issued by a licensed healthcare professional. The ESA letter explains your ESA is a critical part of your emotional and mental health. ESA Doctors can connect you with a qualified healthcare provider who is licensed in your state .
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