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“Once you have had a wonderful dog, a life without one, is a life diminished.” ― Dean Koontzy
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From the ESA Doctors Blog:
When Can a Landlord Legally Reject an Emotional Support Animal?
By law, owners of emotional support animals (ESA) are exempt from residential no-pet policies. Housing providers must reasonably accommodate tenants that have an ESA, as long as they can provide an ESA letter from a licensed healthcare professional as proof.
However, just because the tenant has an ESA letter for housing does not mean the landlord always has to accept the animal. Here are three reasons a landlord can deny an ESA:
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