emotional support animal

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emotional support animal

A pet officially certified by a doctor or mental health professional to travel with one in order to provide some manner of comfort or emotional support (typically relating to a mental health condition). Can I bring my emotional support animal with me on the plane?
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The American Disabilities Act differentiates between service animals and emotional support animals which are commonly used to help calm the nerves of anxious travelers.
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) issued new guidelines that distinguished between what is allowable for passengers traveling with trained service animals compared to those who are traveling with emotional support animals.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 16, 2019-Airlines permitted to ask for medical documentation for emotional support animals
Travel Business Review-August 16, 2019-Airlines permitted to ask for medical documentation for emotional support animals
Airlines for America applauds the Department of Transportation's enforcement guidance on emotional support animals (ESAs).
A4A joined more than 80 aviation and service-animal groups in a letter to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao applauding the Department of Transportation's guidance to address the unconstrained growth of untrained emotional support animals. The coalition also urged DOT to protect the legitimate right of passengers with a disability to travel with a service animal.
The Department of Transportation has issued guidance for airlines on service animals and emotional support animals, including guidance on permitted species, documentation requirements and check-in requirements.
Because of his prodding, we've kept moving in UP Diliman with our program for vaccination, spaying and neutering, the training of students and staff on responsible pet stewardship, and even training dogs to become emotional support animals. I was the excited one, like a student reporting to a teacher, telling him how UP Diliman had brought me back to veterinary medicine through One Health, which involves integrating human, animal and environmental health.
American revised its policies on emotional support animals in March, limiting them to cats and dogs and requiring a veterinary health form.
In its previous session, the state Legislature passed an omnibus bill containing various changes to the state's landlord-tenant laws, such as capping the length of stays in certain eviction proceedings and forbidding landlords and sellers to discriminate against people who need emotional support animals because of a disability.
I'm talking about emotional support animals. Not service animals--it's easy to put the two in the same category since they both provide some type of service to their owners.
"They are def not emotional support animals but used for hunting," one person explained.
Emotional support animals (ESA) are companion animals that a medical or mental health professional has determined provide a benefit for a person with a disability such as anxiety or depression.
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The Department of Transportation (DOT) has been considering new guidelines for flying with emotional support animals since spring 2018, but it doesn't look like those guidelines will be ready in time for the holiday travel season.