If you are among those people who are too observant about everyone you meet, there is a great chance that you have come across some people who always bring their pets with them. Well, aside from those pet owners who tend to bring their pets wherever they go, there are also those people who are always with their emotional support animal. These people are going through certain health problems such as any case of disability that their physician has prescribed them to be with an animal.
A person identified with a verifiable disability is the one prescribed with an emotional support animal. Usually, their physicians will be the ones providing a letter than allows a person to be with a support animal and be with the person at all times. This means that they can take the animal anywhere regardless if they are traveling by land, sea, or by air. They just have to carry a letter signed by their doctor that contains the prescription of being with the animal and these people are allowed to ride on any vehicle with their pets.
Are All Emotional Support Animals Dogs?
Most of the ESA pets are dogs, but other animals can also be used depending on what makes a person feel comfortable or what is prescribed by their physician. These pets are believed to provide the benefit of giving the disabled person with the comfort or relieve that they need to get used to their situation. For those who are emotionally unstable, these animals act as their stress reliever or someone whom they can hug and be with whenever they feel down.
A person with an emotional support animal easily feels stable with their pets and are able to feel comfortable knowing that they have their pets around them. Aside from physicians giving prescriptions, there are some who can request for these animals and let a physician sign a letter allowing them to get their ESA.