Can my landlord charge a fee just because I have an ESA pet?
Landlords are prohibited from charging fees and deposits in connection with emotional support animals. This includes any application fees in connection with a tenant’s ESA accommodation request.
*Support Pets may offer to add a second pet, approved by the doctor at their own discretion, to your ESA status as a promotional or paid service. This does not guarantee that landlords or airlines will allow the second pet without additional fees and/or rules, and these situations are outside the doctor’s control. Doctors are unable to provide a separate diagnosis for each animal.
Refunds cannot be provided in this instance.