Stressful Holidays Resolved with Your Emotional Support Animal
Publish Date: May 8th, 2020; Author: Darren M. Jorgenson.
Flying with your Emotional Support Animal could be stressful only if you feel and think so. Still, it could be quite easy if followed by the guidelines of the airport and ESA letter, and most importantly, the owner should be calm, and the ESA should be well trained and well behaved.
Reaching the Airport… Keep Few Things in Mind
Also Read: Wild Animals as Emotional Support Animals
Looking to Apply for an ESA Letter for Your Pet
Get Started by following these Steps:
1. Start FIlling up the ESA Evaluation form with your details.
2. Get Evaluated by a Local ESA Doctor once the submission is complete.
3. Get Approved and Receive your Letter In Your Email.
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Have You Reached?
When you reach the airport, it is advised to inform the airline companies about your arrival, once more so that they could do the necessary procedure and make you and your pet comfortable without any delay. But most importantly, you must have an ESA letter prescribed by a licensed therapist. Send this letter to the airline companies beforehand so that you could enjoy the benefits of traveling with your emotional support animal. As they would, first of all, verify you’re ESA letter, so if you would send them earlier, then they could do the necessary verification without any delays. On the other hand, if you would show them the letter once you reach it, then the time lag is justified.
Inform the Flight Staff.
If you keep all these things in mind, then you won’t feel any hassle and would comfortably enjoy your trip. It is suggested to always carry your legit ESA letter with you, and if you don’t have one, then go for the pre-screening and get your ESA letter on your finger steps.
About Post Author
Darren M. Jorgensen has a fondness for all animals, though dogs especially, have a huge home in his heart. He enjoys quilting, making handcrafted soap and bodyworks and anything that produces practical products. Jorgensen lives with his own service dog who doubles as an Emotional Support Animal. He gets it.