Based on Your Responses,
You are a Not a Good Candidate
For An Emotional Support Animal
or Psychiatric Service Dog.
The Following Conditions Must Be Met to Qualify:
In order to qualify for an Emotional Support Animal or Psychiatric Service Dog, a person must have a mental or emotional disability. Examples of psychological disabilities include: Anxiety, depression, PTSD, and many more…
Day-to-Day Life Negatively Affected
Having a mental illness, in itself, is not sufficient to qualify a person for an ESA or PSD, unless the illness has a severe impact on the person’s day-to-day life. To qualify as disabled under federal disability rights laws, a person must experience substantial limitations on one or more major life activities, as a direct result of their psychological illness.