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Do I Have to Disclose My Emotional Support Animal?

People with emotional support animals have specific protection and rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Air Carrier Access Act. Having an ESA means that you are, for instance, allowed to live with your animal in a building that has a “no pets permitted” policy, so you don’t have to disclose your emotional support animal.

Although you are not required to let your building management, landlord, or owner know about your ESA, you may give them your ESA letter before signing the lease.