With an Emotional Support Animal
Certification from Moosh!
- Immediate, electronic ESA certificate*
- 24/7 Online Support
- 100% HIPAA Compliant
If you qualify for Moosh’s emotional support animal letter online and receive the certification, you’ll no longer have to leave your pet’s side.
The emotional support animal certification allows you to travel almost anywhere with your beloved companion.
The requirements for an emotional support animal certification vary depending on a patient’s Mental Health and the ability of their state licensed Therapist to treat such conditions.
Pets have a real power to alleviate the pain of mental illnesses, so contact your mental health practitioner to see if getting an emotional support animal letter online is the right move for your treatment.
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ESA letter instantly (if qualified).
By getting an ESA letter from Moosh, you’ll know that a registered, state-licensed mental health professional has said you qualify to have an emotional support animal.
No matter what state you reside in, Moosh has a licensed professional who can work with you.
As soon as this professional makes the determination, he or she will immediately send you a certified letter for your emotional support animal. You’ll be able to start taking your pet with you wherever you go sooner and with more confidence.
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