Emotional Support Animal Identification


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All Emotional Support Animals with an Emotional Support Animal ID Card will be registered into the SDC database.

Emotional Support Animal Tag by Service Dog Certifications

An emotional support animal is a companion animal (typically a dog or cat) that provides a therapeutic benefit to its owner through companionship. The animal provides emotional support and comfort to individuals with psychiatric disabilities and other mental impairments. The animal is not specifically trained to perform tasks for a person who suffers from emotional disabilities. Unlike a service animal, an emotional support animal is not granted access to places of public accommodation. Under the federal Fair Housing Act (FHA), an emotional support animal is viewed as a “reasonable accommodation” in a housing unit that has a “no pets” rule for its residents. Documentation from a doctor or licensed therapist is required for emotional support animals. If you require an ESA letter, contact one of our sponsors at esadoctors.com. Our paper certificate does not replace an ESA letter and should only be used in conjunction with an ESA letter.

Want an extra layer of support for your Psychiatric Service Dog? You can work with a licensed healthcare professional who specializes in assistance animals to see if you qualify for a PSD letter.

ESADoctors will contact you directly to fulfill your request. If you need any additional services, please contact ESADoctors. If the therapist you are paired with cannot assist you, you are eligible for a full refund. Per our standard policy, all sales are final.