What’s the difference between an Emotional Support Animal (ESA) and a Service Dog?
Requiring no special training, Emotional Support Animals (ESA) provide therapeutic benefits to their owner through companionship and affection. Service Dogs are specially trained to perform a task to aid the disabled; seeing eye dogs being one example. Emotional Support Animals are not just limited to dogs, while Service Animals are either dogs or mini horses.
Emotional Support Animals have no right to the public space.