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Can someone have more than one ESA? Yes.
Do I need a separate ESA letter for each emotional support animal? No, you do not need a separate ESA letter for each of your emotional support animals if you have more than one. Your therapist or doctor can indicate how many emotional support animals you need in one letter.
To qualify for multiple emotional support animals, you need an ESA letter covering each of your animals. Under federal Fair Housing guidelines, the only way to legally qualify for an emotional support animal is to have an ESA letter from a licensed healthcare professional.
Do I need a separate ESA letter for each emotional support animal? No, you do not need a separate ESA letter for each of your emotional support animals if you have more than one. Your therapist or doctor can indicate how many emotional support animals you need in one letter.
Your primary care physician, or family doctor, can issue an emotional support animal letter as long as they are licensed. If you have a family doctor who helps with your health conditions, you can consult with them about the advisability of an emotional support animal.
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If you go through the entire process and the health professional you're speaking with says something along the lines of, \u201cWhile you have emotional/mental health needs, I feel they are met sufficiently through medicine/counseling/therapy/etc. and have therefore decided to hold off on writing an ESA letter\u2026\u201d
There is no need to register or certify an ESA. The only way to enjoy the legal protections given to emotional support animal owners under federal and state housing laws is to present your landlord with an ESA letter.
Information That Should Be Included in a Legitimate ESA Letter An official letterhead. The name of the licensed mental health professional (LMHP) The name of the practice. Phone number of the practice. The type of medical license. Date the medical license was issued. The state of the therapist's jurisdiction.
If you go through the entire process and the health professional you're speaking with says something along the lines of, \u201cWhile you have emotional/mental health needs, I feel they are met sufficiently through medicine/counseling/therapy/etc. and have therefore decided to hold off on writing an ESA letter\u2026\u201d
Information That Should Be Included in a Legitimate ESA Letter An official letterhead. The name of the licensed mental health professional (LMHP) The name of the practice. Phone number of the practice. The type of medical license. Date the medical license was issued. The state of the therapist's jurisdiction.

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