Emotional Support Dogs
An emotional support dog is a type of dog that provides comfort to help relieve a symptom or effect of a person’s disability. Under U.S. Federal law, an emotional support dog is not a pet and is generally not restricted by breed. An emotional support dog differs from a service dog. Emotional support dogs are NOT considered service dogs under the ADA. They may be trained for a specific owner, but they are not trained for specific tasks or duties to aid a person with a disability, and this is the main difference between ESAs and service dogs.
(Some of our policies, requirements, & training guidelines are not mandatory under Federal ADA Law, but are mandatory under company policy. Such as recertification, wearing of vest, etc.)
Need an Emotional Support Dog?
Maybe you don’t have a dog but want an ESA. We can help!!! We select only qualified dogs from shelters all over the country and train them according to your needs. With a simple application we can place you with an amazing Emotional Support Dog. We strive to place all dogs in qualified homes so that we can continue our mission which is rescuing 1 person, 1 rescue at a time.