Our expert review of this letter revealed the following:
Issued: September, 2017
A very memorable, and very worthless emotional support animal letter. The author wrote a book, just the wrong book, as the letter does nothing to address the client’s disability and disability related need.
Author worries about client’s safety, rails against the property’s management team, and brings in the ADA. Which, unfortunately for their client, has nothing to do with an emotional support animal letter.
Also, anxiety is not a disability (as per HUD’s guidance).
- The letter does not verify the client’s disability or disability-related need for a dog, as required by HUD guidelines.
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