Emotional Support Animal Evaluations
It is a known fact that a large number of people in the United States have a tough time coping with
normal daily activities. Typically, this is because of a live event or experience that has resulted in an emotional/mental
instability to respond to or function in a healthy/safe way to your normal day to day life activity.
Some of these Emotional Disabilities include, but are not limited to:
- Panic Attacks
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
The following are some examples of various symptoms related to mental/emotional disabilities,
but are not limited to:
Feelings of depression or anxiety that continue
for a couple of days or longer.
Experiencing difficulty maintaining personal relationships with people.
irrational fears associated with otherwise normal life problems or situations.
Not able to interact with others in either
a private or public setting.
If anything listed above describes your
condition, you qualify as emotionally disabled. It is a proven fact that a large amount of people suffering from any of the
above symptoms have found that having a beloved animal being used as an emotional support animal greatly reduces or can even
eliminate the symptoms brought on by an emotional disability.
Shaw is qualified to write a prescription for you to register you animal as an emotional support animal. This
letter will enable you to take your animal companion with you to hotels, rental cars, and airplanes.