At Pet Psych Center we know that Pets are Family! Home

Pets are no different than any other members of the family and are an integral part of an owner’s support system. Whether you live in an apartment, condo, house, or in a college dormitory, you have the legal right to have a pet in your residence to treat your medical condition. A Pets love and Companionship may be an essential component in treating many psychological and physical symptoms.

At Pet Psych Center we offer a One on One “Personalized Support System.” 

Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are animals that assist in helping people with anxiety or depression. Under the protection of the Air Carrier Access Act and the Fair Housing Act, those who qualify are allowed legal access to animal restricted airline cabins and housing. We value the need for therapy pets and can assist you with the certification process.

Florida licensed Mental Healthcare Practitioners may provide Emotional Support Animal Letters to their patients enabling them in getting access to pet restricted airlines or condominium’s.

Of course, our licensed Mental Health Practitioner makes sure that every ESA letter we sign is valid. The Mental Health Practitioner will review your ESA exam and provide a diagnosis before approving the letter.

Why Do Pet Owners Need an ESA Letter?

It is important to get an ESA Letter from a Licensed Mental health Therapist if you want to keep your emotional support animal with you at pet-restricted areas like Housing Facilities or Airplanes. Although an ESA Letter for Housing does not require a yearly renewal, ESA letter’s for travel typically do.

Why Choose Pet Psych Center for ESA Letter?

Pet Psych Center provides psychotherapy and legitimate emotional support animal letters to those who qualify Cindy Camaraza Suarez, Florida Licensed Mental Health Practioner will contact you immediately after the completion of your assessment, providing you with answers to your questions, a free psychotherapy session and ongoing support.

Apply for your ESA Letter Now.

It’s Easy! The First step is to see if you qualify by taking the free online Mental Health Exam. Once the exam has been completed, we can evaluate your eligibility for an ESA Letter. The Second step requires selecting the documentation that addresses your needs. Select either the Housing, Travel or Combination plan as needed. After you have completed the exam and processed payment, you will be immediately contacted by a Licensed Mental Health Practioner to set up your follow-up therapy sessions.

Apply for an ESA Letter Today- FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY!

After taking our free ESA qualification test, you can select the most suitable payment plan for you.. It’s that simple.


Time to Travel Plan $225.00

✓ Take Your Pet With You Wherever You Travel
✓ Pet Access in Airplane Cabin
✓ Active for One Year
✓ Expires Annually
✓ ESA Eligibility for Renewal
✓ Letter is Digitally Sent to Your Email!
✓ Therapy Sessions Included
✓ Direct Contact with Your Mental Health Practitioner
✓ Additional Documents at No Cost


Live Travel & Thrive Plan $ 250.00 Most Popular includes housing & Travel

✓ Take Your Pet with you Wherever You Travel
✓ Pet Access in Airplane Cabin
✓ Active for One Year
✓ Expires Annually
✓ ESA Eligibility for Renewal
✓ Live with Your Pet in “Pet Restricted” Dwellings
✓ Letter is Digitally Sent to your Email!
✓ Therapy Sessions Included
✓ Direct Contact with your Mental Health Practitioner
✓ Additional Documents at No Cost


Live and Love Plan $225.00

✓ Live with Your Pet in “Pet Restricted” Dwellings
✓ Letter is Digitally Sent to your Email!
✓ ESA Eligibility for Renewal
✓ Therapy Sessions Included
✓ Direct Contact with Your Mental Health Practitioner
✓ Additional Documents at No Cost




An emotional support animal (ESA) is a person’s pet that has been prescribed by a person’s licensed therapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist (any licensed mental health professional). The animal is part of the treatment program for this person and is designed to bring comfort and minimize the negative symptoms of the person’s emotional/psychological disability.


All domesticated animals may qualify as an ESA (cats, dog, and birds) and they can be any age (young puppies and kittens, too!). These animals do not need any specific task-training because their very presence mitigates the symptoms associated with a person’s psychological/emotional disability, unlike a working service dog. The only requirement is that the animal is manageable in public and does not create a nuisance in or around the home setting.


For a person to legally qualify for an emotional support animal (ESA), he/she must be considered emotionally disabled by a licensed mental health professional (therapist, psychologist, psychiatrist, etc.), as evidenced by a properly formatted prescription letter. Some airlines and property managers will accept a verification form completed by a family doctor, however.

The letter should state that:

You are currently his/her patient
Are under his/her care for the treatment of mental disability found in the DSM IV or V (the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, version 4 or 5).
Your disability substantially limits at least one major life activity
He/she prescribes for you an emotional support animal as a necessary treatment for your mental health.
In addition, the letter must be dated, written on his/her letterhead, include his/her license type, number, date of license, and state in which the license was issued.


The Air Carrier Access Act 49 U.S.C. 41705, Dept. of Transportation 14 C.F.R. Part 382, Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 are the laws that protect an emotionally disabled person and his/her ESA.

The legal protections an Emotional Support Animal (ESA) has are to:

Fly with its emotionally or psychologically disabled handler in the cabin of an aircraft without being charged a pet fee.
Qualify for no-pet housing (that also includes limited size, breed, or species housing) without being charged a pet fee.
No other public or private entity (motels, restaurants, stores, trains, taxis, busses, theatres, parks, beaches, libraries, zoos, etc.) is required to allow your ESA to accompany you and in all other instances, your ESA has no more rights than a pet. That means they aren’t protected by law to accompany you into any public place that does not allow pets. That doesn’t mean these places won’t let you, it just means that they are not required to, by law.


Your landlord or property manager can verify your letter by  emailing Pet Psych Center   petpsychcenter@gmail.com


Unfortunately due to the difficult nature of being reimbursed by insurance companies for emotional support animal exams, we regret that we are not able to accept medical insurance at this time. In light of this, we have tried our best to make the approval process as easy and as affordable as possible.


Believe it or not, Emotional Support Animals have been legally recognized by the US government since the late 1980′s. Up until recently, ESA’s have been flying under the radar due to a lack of knowledge of the Fair Housing Amendment Act. Over the last four years, the media has really put ESA’s in the National spotlight with many articles educating people on the merits of ESA’s. 


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We are committed to protecting the security and integrity of customer information through procedures and technology designed for this purpose. For example:

We limit employee access to customer information to those who have a business reason to know this information. Employees are required to honor our code of conduct, which includes standards to protect customer confidentiality. They are subject to disciplinary action if they fail to do so.
We maintain policies and procedures covering the proper physical security of our retail store, website and all records.
Our physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards meet or exceed federal standards regarding the protection of customer information
We require outside companies (banks, etc.) who work with us to adhere to strict privacy standards through their contracts with us.
We use technological means (such as backup files, virus detection and eradication software, firewalls, and other computer software and hardware) to protect against unauthorized access or alterations to customer data.

2. We collect and maintain customer information as part of providing better service to you and enhancing your relationship with us.
In the course of serving you, we collect only the information you provide to us during the ordering and checkout process.

3. We do not share information with outside parties who may wish to market their products to you.

We only disclose the information we collect with the credit card companies and the gateway used to access them
We do not share or otherwise disclose any personal information, including your name, address, telephone, or email addresses with other organizations. Only specific Pet  Psych Center staff and our authorized agents have access to personally identifiable information provided by visitors to our site.

4. Browser information collected on our website:

As with all websites, Pet Psych Center analyzes our website logs to constantly improve the value of our website. We generate and assess a variety of reports that include page views, unique views, unique visitors, repeat visitors, frequency of visits, and peak-volume traffic periods. We do not use this service to gather, request, record, collect, or track any Internet users’ personally identifiable information.

5. Personalization of Content:

We use cookies on our site to personalize and customize the experience of our visitors and to support some necessary functions, like our shopping cart and checkout process. We also use cookies to better understand how our visitors use our site. You also have choices with respect to cookies. By modifying your browser preferences, you have the choice to accept all cookies, to be notified when a cookie is set, or to reject all cookies. For more information on how to modify your browser settings to block or filter cookies, see http://www.cookiecentral.com/faq/. However, please note that if you reject some or all cookies, your experience on this and on other sites throughout the Internet may not be complete. In addition, if you do not allow cookies, you will not be able to take advantage of personalized content delivery offered by other Internet sites or by us.

6. Privacy of our email lists:

Pet Psych Center maintains an email list for our Newsletter. Individuals must opt in to request to join our mailing lists. We do not share the email addresses on our lists with anyone outside of Pet Psych Center. We configure our list server software to refuse to divulge the email addresses of our list subscribers to anyone but authorized  staff. Only Pet Psych Center staff and our authorized agents have access to personally identifiable information provided by visitors to our site.

7. Children’s privacy:

Because we care about the safety and privacy of children online, we comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA). COPPA and its accompanying FTC regulation establish United States federal law that protects the privacy of children using the Internet. We do not knowingly contact or collect personal information from children under 13. Our site is not intended to solicit information of any kind from children under 13 years old, and we have designed our sites to block our knowing acceptance of information from children under 13 whenever age-related information is requested. It is possible that by fraud or deception we may receive information pertaining to children under 13 years old. If we are notified of this, as soon as we verify the notification, we will immediately obtain parental consent or otherwise delete the information from our servers.

8. Security:

We use industry-standard encryption technologies when transferring and receiving financial data from our site. In addition, we have appropriate security measures in place in our physical facilities to protect against the loss or misuse of information at our site that we have collected from you.


Click here to learn about the Fair Housing Amendment Act of 1988.


Click here to learn about the Air Carrier Access Act of 1986.

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