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                       Emotional Support Animal Letter

   EmotionalSupportPet.com has partnered with Keystone
Psychological Services LLC in Denver, Colorado to provide
Psychological Evaluations and online counseling to our clients.

   Keystone's team of Licensed Mental Health Professionals
will evaluate you online through an extensive battery of tests.
The exam will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes to complete
and is issued online (Step #1 at bottom of page).

   A licensed therapist will review your evaluation and have your
results within 2-3 business days. If a diagnosis can be made a
prescription will be emailed to you with your results (as a PDF
file to print from home).

   If a diagnosis cannot be made and it is determined you do
not qualify for an emotional support pet a full refund will be

   After you receive your prescription your assigned therapist
will contact you via e-mail to begin online therapy sessions.
Please continue your online treatment as instructed by your
therapist. These sessions may last a few days or a few weeks.


    The total cost of our complete service which includes online
Psychological Evaluation, e-mail counseling, and Emotional
Support Animal prescription letter is
$99.95 and includes
everything you will need to fly with your pet! (Please scroll
down to the bottom of this page for link to psychological exam).

                         What You Need to Know

At the Airport

   Once you have a emotional support animal letter all you need
to do is present this document at the ticketing counter during
check-in that's it!

   The airline may ask to make a copy of your prescription letter
which must be no older than one year old and then verify that
your pet will not be a nuisance or danger to other passengers.
Basically this is done by visual observation, if your pet appears
vicious, excessively noisy, or presents any other indication of
being a threat or nuisance to others, the airline has the right to
deny you service.

  Does My Emotional Support Animal Need a Vest?

   No. ESA's are Pets and are not required to wear uniforms or
have any other kind of identification or picture ID Card of any kind.
All that's required is the pet owner obtain a valid emotional
support animal letter

Registering or Certifying Your Pet

  Please note that "registering" or "certifying" your pet through
various online registration services does not give you or your pet  
any additional rights - only a prescription from a licensed mental
health professional can.

                              On-board the Plane

   Emotional Support Animals are required to sit on the floor if
they cannot be safely held in the passenger's lap. There are no
size restrictions and pets as large as German Shepherds regularly
fly with their owners.

   Most airlines will try to leave the seat open next to a passenger
flying with an Emotional Support Animal if they can (if the flight is
not full) and passengers with ESA's get priority boarding and
bulk-head seating preference (the seating near the front of the
plane which has more leg room) at no additional cost. This is  
done because airlines know passengers with Emotional Support
Animals need the extra room and time to board

  Also, it is even more important to arrive at the airport early so
the airline can accommodate you and your pet (if necessary) by
keeping the seat next to you open and provide you with a
pre-boarding pass (allowing you to board first).

  Please note airlines are not obligated by law to give emotional
support animals priority boarding or bulk-head seating but rather
offer such conveniences as a courtesy. If your pet is large they
HAVE TO make a reasonable effort to accommodate you or
reschedule your flight.

    EmotionalSupportPet.com Recommended Airlines

   Our clients have flown on the following airlines with NO
HASSLES and without 48 hour advance notice being given
during the last 3 months
(Updated April 19th 2018):

Southwest (The best value and most friendly airline)
Allegiant (Low cost and excellent service)
Spirit  (Spirit Airlines has made HUGE improvements in customer
service since being fined by the FAA and is recommended for
passengers with ESA's)
Frontier  (Now part of Republic Air and ESA friendly)
AirTran (Now part of Southwest)  
Sun Country (Smaller airline with great service)    

ESA friendly Airlines but 48 hour advance notice    

United   (48 hour notice recommended)
USAirWays    (48 hour notice recommended)
Delta    (48 hour notice recommended) - Delta now requires
proof of
vaccinations and signed statement from pet owner
acknowledging owner can control pet). Your prescription
can substitute for Delta form #2.
American Airlines  (48 hour notice recommended) (Merging
with US Air)

*For each flight please clearly write your flight number, pet
breed/weight on the top of your prescription and then
fax/email to your airline.
EmotionalSupportPet.com operates independently and is not affiliated
with any of the above airlines

 Are Emotional Support Pets Service Animals?

Service Animals are trained to assist their owners with
a specific task(s) and can travel ANYWHERE their owners can.
Emotional Support Animals are not trained and are still pets
(thus uniform not required) that enjoy their special status at
airports and in long term rental housing ONLY - as provided
for by the ACAA (Air Carriers Access Act) and the FHA (Fair
Housing Act).

Order Your Evaluation Today and Receive Your
Prescription Letter within 2-3 Business Days!!  


Step 1.
Complete our Psychological Assessment and
select desired prescription (Airline/Housing or both on the
exam) Payment is made via Paypal after submitting test.

Step 2.  If a diagnosis can be made you will receive a
prescription letter for an emotional support pet within 2-3
days. (a copy of your prescription will be sent to your email).

Step 3. To comply with state treatment laws your therapist
will contact you via email for follow-up online treatment
sessions at no additional cost.

If we are unable to write you a prescription we will provide

          Emotional Support Animal Letter Renewal

    Federal law mandates that your prescription letter expire
one year from the date issued (please read our "Legal Page"
to see where this law is codifed in the Air Carriers Access Act.

   To renew your prescription
($74.95) starting Jan 1st 2018  
please submit your updated health information via our online
evaluation and select the renewal option for the lower price.
What is an Emotional Support Animal?
Well no Longer!
Learn how you may
be eligible for an
Emotional Support
Pet Prescription and
bring your furry
friend with you! (Any
well mannered dog or
cat can be your
Do the Airports have
you Feeling like a
caged up Animal?

Does the Dreariness,
Rudeness and
Atmosphere of
Airports make you feel
even worse?

      An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) is any household Pet
(dog or cat) that is able to fly CAGE FREE for no additional
charge while providing emotional support to his or her owner
who has been diagnosed with an identifiable emotional disability
that limits one or more daily life activities.

   No special training is required because ESA's are pets.

Emotional Disabilities include:

● Anxiety (Specific or Generalized)         ● Personality Disorders
● Post Traumatic Stress Disorder           ● Mood Disorders
● Depressive Disorder                             ● Panic disorder(s)
● Social Phobia(s) (including fear of flying)
● And any other psychological disorder recognized by the DSM
IV  (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders).

   Emotional Support Animals are also permitted in non-pet
rental housing. Please see our "Rental Housing" section for
more information.    
If Drug companies
were able to Patent
the joy and happiness
pets bring they
probably would have.
Get Your Emotional
Support Animal Letter
today and your next
trip to the airport will
be far less stressful!
There are no weight
limits for ESA's- this
70lb Border Collie is
able to fly with his
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A portable travel bag
for your furry friend
makes air travel a
Thank You!
Felines can also be
emotional support
pets - though your
airline may ask that
you bring a carrier
just in case you are
unable to safely hold
onto your pet.