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.
- 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
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.Get Started
How it Works
Tell us about you and your pet
Consult with a licensed Mental Health Professional
Receive your electronic ESA letter instantly (if qualified)
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