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Only in certain circumstances. If the animal’s accommodation could mean additional administrative costs and other adjustments that would affect housing arrangements, then the landlord might refuse your request. For instance, the animal is disruptive or poses a threat to the health, safety, and property of the other tenants. Make sure to train your ESA so they are not unruly and you are always in control.

ESAD Int’l also accepts no responsibility and makes no guaranty regarding the approval or denial of specific privileges or access in regards to any emotional service animal. Submission of payment and your assessment constitutes acceptance of these and all terms set forth herein.

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