Do you qualify for a emotional Support Animal

Now qualified as an Emotional Support Animal Agent. If you or any of your family member are in need of an Emotional Support Animal please call 320-980-4286 for help with the process. Qualified applications will have legal documentation for air travel and or Companion housing act documentation.

How It Works 

1) Call 320-980-4286 ask for information to get started. 

2) Choose a plan below to get everything you need to live and travel with your pet.

3) A licensed Mental Health Counselor will give you a call for your evaluation.

4) RECEIVE YOUR KIT;  Indulge in your housing and/or air travel letters, and ID card.

5) ENJOY FREEDOM: Enjoy a stress-free lifestyle with your emotional support animal by your side.

 

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Companion ESA

$149.00

The Companion ESA kit includes:

  • Confidential Mental Health Evaluation
  • Housing ESA Letter
  • Multi-Airline ESA Letters (Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, United, and Virgin America)
  • ESA Identification Card
  • 24/7 ESAnimals Database Access
  • Amazing Customer Support
  • Call 320-980-4286 to start your application
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Air Travel ESA

$99.00

Our ESA Air Travel package includes:

  • Confidential Mental Health Evaluation
  • Multi-Airline ESA Letters (Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, United, and Virgin America)
  • ESAnimals Identification Card
  • 24/7 ESAnimals Database Access
  • Dedicated Customer Support
  • Call 320-980-4286 to start your application
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Housing ESA

$99.00

Our ESA Housing kit includes:

  • Confidential Mental Health Evaluation
  • ESA Letter for Housing
  • ESA Identification Card
  • 24/7 ESAnimals Database Access
  • Dedicated Customer Support
  • Call 320-980-4286 to start your application
  • The Fair Housing Amendment Act States
  • FHAA requires that the housing provider make reasonable modifications in rules, policies, practices or services necessary to give persons with disabilities equal opportunity to use and enjoy the dwelling.

    Allowing a tenant who is blind to have a guide dog even though the building has a no pet policy. This same rule would apply to individuals who need a service animal, emotional support animal or a therapy animal.