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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

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

August 16, 2018
4 Ways to Increase the Longevity of Your Emotional Support Animal

Different species of emotional support animals have different lifespans. Dogs typically live about 12 years, turtles can live up to 30 or 40 years, and rats live an average of two to three years. Just like with humans, each animal species has a genetically determined average lifespan. But within that average range, there is plenty Read More

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August 11, 2018
5 Reasons an Emotional Support Cat Might Suit You Better Than a Dog

Cats and dogs have been enemies since the dawn of time – or so the traditional narrative would have you believe! Yes, it’s true that if a dog sees a cat when it’s out and about on patrol, it will likely take a lunge at it, sending the kitty scuttling away in fear. But it’s Read More

Moosh - Owners with Dog
August 6, 2018
Can Regular Pets Become Emotional Support Animals?

In the U.S., it’s estimated that around 44% of households own a dog, and 35% own a cat. That’s a lot of pets running around the country, and it only covers the big two. When you factor in all the rabbits, hamsters, budgies, guinea pigs, snakes, lizards, and other assorted creatures, it makes for millions Read More