Do Not Qualify

Federal Law requires to qualify for an Emotional Support Animal, a person must suffer from a mental or emotional disability, such as stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other disabilities, and which severely impacts their day to day life.

Simply having an emotional disability that does not severely impact one’s everyday life — which doesn’t limit one or more major life activities — does not qualify an individual for an Emotional Support Animal.

Based on your results, we believe at this time you do not qualify.