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An Emotional Support Animal helps to alleviate symptoms of a mental or emotional disability through companionship and affection. Moosh offers fast Emotional Support Animal Certification for you and your pet.

Moosh connects you & your pet with a licensed mental health professional for evaluation/screening to receive an official ESA letter, which you can use for travel or housing. Qualifications are done by psychiatrist, licensed clinical social worker, or psychologist.

Moosh Benefits

  • 100% confidential
  • 24/7 Online Verification
  • Immediate, electronic ESA certificate (if qualified)
  • Meets all requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Medical records maintained in our secure, HIPAA compliant system
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ESA for Apartments

It simply takes a letter from a licensed mental health professional, like a psychiatrist, licensed clinical social worker, or psychologist, to qualify for ESA benefits.

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How it Works

Step 1:

Tell us about you and your pet

Step 2:

Consult with a licensed Mental Health Professional

Step 3:

Receive your electronic ESA letter instantly (if qualified)

ESA for Travel

Unlike most types of assistance animals, such as service dogs, ESAs are not required to have any kind of specialized training or experience.

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Latest News

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June 16, 2018
Should Emotional Support Dogs and Service Dogs Have the Same Rights?

When it comes to service dogs and emotional support dogs, people may very well conflate the two, but in fact, they are entirely separate animals with two very different functions. Emotional support dogs are actually a specific subset of emotional support animals (known as ESAs for short) – a progressive form of treatment for those Read More

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June 11, 2018
3 Emotional Support Animals That Are Ideal For Sleeping In Your Bed (And 2 That Are Not!)

You can divide humanity into two distinct groups. One group enjoys sleeping in a bed with another person. They enjoy the feeling of reassuring closeness. The second group prefers sleeping alone. They find sharing the bed to be overbearing and overwhelming; they get too warm and fidgety, and prefer to have their own space, revelling in Read More

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June 6, 2018
5 Exotic Creatures That Make Excellent Emotional Support Animals

Owning and caring for an emotional support animal is a wonderful and increasingly popular way to improve mental health. Americans with all sorts of psychological issues are turning to emotional support animals to improve their quality of life. The company of an ESA can very effectively soothe psychological conditions such as depression, anxiety, phobias, and Read More