Scottsdale, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/20/2015 -- Thedogtoronline.com has recently posted a new article on their website informing people about the national guidelines for Emotional Support Animal or ESA. In recent weeks, many people have been interested in the concept of ESA and the necessary prerequisites involved with it. According to the site's spokesperson, "The guidelines we have offered will help clear any doubts related and what are the provisions presented by the US law for ESA."
For instance, in observance of the US law, the article has mentioned ESA an animal that provides emotional assistance to an individual with mental disability. Also, for an animal to be considered an ESA, it must be prescribed by a licensed mental health professional. The article informs the readers that this criterion has been enshrined in the Fair Housing Act and Air Carrier Access Act of USA. The animals can either a lizard, a rat, cat, dog or pig, etc. This means that the type of pets is unrestricted. Besides, these animals do not require any sort of training like service animals.
Through the new article thedogtoronline.com has also tried to offer some quick facts and information about ESAs. All these information can be greatly helpful for those people who are looking to use the services of an ESA in the near future.
Not only that, but the website has also enlightened on the essential qualifications to avail an ESA letter or documentation. The spokesperson later added, "We have facilities for mental health professionals plus evaluation for checking whether the person qualifies for obtaining an ESA. Some of the qualifying conditions can be stress, depression, insomnia, anxiety, or any other such related psychological disability."
A detailed explanation of the Fair Housing Act and the Air Carrier Access Act, as well as the certification process finishes off the guide for Emotional Support Animal.
For more details go to http://thedogtoronline.com/emotional-support-animal-letter/
Thedogtoronline.com is a website dedicated towards offering information on Emotional Support Animal. The mission of the site is to increase awareness about the Fair Housing Act and to help people qualify for the services of an ESA.