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Get Your ESA or PSD Letter

What's the difference?

An emotional support animal is considered a companion animal that has been recommended by medical professionals. A psychiatric service animal is an animal that has been trained to help with a specific task.

Our therapists will make a suggestion on which is best for you.

How it Works

Get Your Legit ESA or PSA Letter in 3 Easy Steps

2 Minute Screening

Begin by taking a short, confidential assessment to determine if you are a good candidate for an ESA letter or a PSA Letter.

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Talk to a Therapist

We'll set up a Telehealth appointment with a licensed mental health professional in your state.

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Get Your ESA Letter

Once approved you will receive your ESA letter in 24 hours.

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Why ESA Pet?

Not all emotional support letters are created equally. To acquire a legitimate ESA letter or PSA letter to use for the air carrier access act or the fair housing act you need to work with licensed mental health professionals within your state. This professional will need to diagnose you with a mental or emotional disability. Some of these mental health diagnoses can be things like anxiety or PTSD

ESA Pet only works with qualified mental health professionals that can guarantee your letter will hold up with federal and state laws. Your animal is not just a pet they are essential to your mental health and safety.


"My dog is not just a pet, she is an essential companion that I use to navigate my life and live in the most productive way possible. I used to be crippled with anxiety to go anywhere without her. A friend told me about ESA Pet. After a quick quiz, a call with the kindest therapist I had a legitimate ESA letter. My emotional issues have improved so much and I can go back to living my life with my dog Stella by my side." 

- Abigail Warda


"I was desperate to get in touch with a therapist to discuss solutions for my emotional health. I noticed that many were impossible to get a hold of or didn't accept medical insurance. Getting an ESA letter online was so quick and painless I wish I had done it sooner. I don't have to worry about the stares in restaurants when I come in with my emotional support dog anymore. My disabilities feel acknowledged and legitimized now. 

- Paul Wilson

The ESA Pet Promise:

The process will be quick and simple.

Your time is valuable our therapists are on standby waiting to receive your assessment. The assessment only takes 2 minutes to complete

Licensed therapists that want to help.

Our therapists know the vital emotional support animals provide. They have worked with multiple mental health conditions and would much rather prescribe an animal than medications.

If qualified your letter will arrive in 24 hours.

We guarantee a speedy turnaround. Within just 24 hours you can expect an emotional support letter in your email inbox.

World-class support.

It can be hard to navigate federal laws. We can help. Our team of experts can help ensure you are treated fairly under the Americans With Disabilities act.

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What are you waiting for?

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Our therapist can prescribe an ESA for a variety of mental health issues. Your mental health disorders could be anything from post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, or almost anything that affects your mental or emotional health.

Emotional Support Animal Qualifications

You might be wondering what your dog needs to qualify as an emotional support animal. Once our license therapists deam you as someone that needs an ESA your dog doesn’t require any special evaluation.

It is important that your dog handles public settings well if that is the application you will have them in. We recommend basic obedience and socialization as a minimum for all dogs in a working capacity. This will help you and your pup feel at ease in any situation.