It's You and Your Battle Buddy Against the World.

Answer simple questions about your needs. Connect with our doctors. Receive approval to live and travel with your pet.  

It's You and Your Battle Buddy Against the World.

Answer simple questions about your needs. Connect with our doctors. Receive approval to live and travel with your pet.  

Our Process

Reach Out

Our team of specialists will guide you through the process of certifying your need for a service animal.

Online Assessment

Complete an online evaluation to assess your fit for an emotional support or psychiatric service animal.

Doctor Evaluation

Meet with one of our doctors live to discuss your symptoms and certify your need.

Emotional Support & Psychiatric Service Animal

Receive your doctor validated letter to live and travel with your pet.

Reach Out

Our team of specialists will guide you through the process of certifying your need for a service animal.

Online Assessment

Complete an online evaluation to assess your fit for an emotional support or psychiatric service animal.

Doctor Evaluation

Meet with one of our doctors live to discuss your symptoms and certify your need.

Certified Letter

Receive your doctor validated letter to live and travel with your pet.

Live and Travel with Your Pet

National Service Animals helps people live and travel with emotional support and psychiatric service animals through live evaluation and doctor verification.

Live and Travel with Your Pet

National Service Animals helps people live and travel with emotional support and psychiatric service animals through live evaluation and doctor verification.

About Our Doctors

People who experience emotional distress often hope to live, work, and travel with an emotional support or service animal as the animal’s presence is soothing to their emotional state in a variety of life circumstances. 

Our team of doctors speaks with the client live, offers a customized verification letter, and provides ongoing support should any dispute about the validity of these certifications arise in the future.

About Our Doctors

People who experience emotional distress often hope to live, work, and travel with an emotional support or service animal as the animal’s presence is soothing to their emotional state in a variety of life circumstances. 

Our team of doctors speaks with the client live, offers a customized verification letter, and provides ongoing support should any dispute about the validity of these certifications arise in the future.

Who should have an Emotional Support Animal?

Mental and emotional challenges impact the ability of many people to live their day to day lives to the fullest. Even if you do not have a diagnosed mental health condition, you may be among those people impacted by your emotions that would benefit from an emotional support animal. You qualify for an emotional support animal if you experience:

  • Long-lasting mild sadness
  • Short bursts of intense sadness
  • Occasional anger or irritability
  • Sustained anxiety
  • Moments of panic
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Interrupted sleep
  • Periods of hyperactivity
  • Repeating your words or actions
  • Desire to use controlled substances

Who should have an Emotional Support Animal?

Mental and emotional challenges impact the ability of many people to live their day to day lives to the fullest. Even if you do not have a diagnosed mental health condition, you may be among those people impacted by your emotions that would benefit from an emotional support animal. You qualify for an emotional support animal if you experience:

  • Long-lasting mild sadness
  • Short bursts of intense sadness
  • Occasional anger or irritability
  • Sustained anxiety
  • Moments of panic
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Interrupted sleep
  • Periods of hyperactivity
  • Repeating your words or actions
  • Desire to use controlled substances

Who benefits from a Psychiatric Service Dog?

A psychiatric service animal can provide much-needed support for people with psychological disabilities. For example, an individual who is diagnosed as having a mental illness such as depression or anxiety may qualify to have their dog serve in this capacity because dogs are sensitive and intuitive enough that they know when someone needs extra attention.


With a mental health diagnosis in hand, you are ready to begin certificating your need for a psychiatric service dog. You qualify to live, travel, and enter public places with your dog if you have been diagnosed with one of these conditions:

  • Adjustment disorder
  • Agoraphobia
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Panic attacks
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress
  • Schizophrenia
  • Social phobias

Who benefits from a Psychiatric Service Dog?

A psychiatric service animal can provide much-needed support for people with psychological disabilities. For example, an individual who is diagnosed as having a mental illness such as depression or anxiety may qualify to have their dog serve in this capacity because dogs are sensitive and intuitive enough that they know when someone needs extra attention.


With a mental health diagnosis in hand, you are ready to begin certificating your need for a psychiatric service dog. You qualify to live, travel, and enter public places with your dog if you have been diagnosed with one of these conditions:

  • Adjustment disorder
  • Agoraphobia
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Panic attacks
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress
  • Schizophrenia
  • Social phobias

Benefits of Having An
Emotional Support & Psychiatric Service Animal?

An emotional support animal helps individuals who are suffering from emotional disabilities

Benefits of Having An Emotional Support & Psychiatric Service Animal?

An emotional support animal helps individuals who are suffering from emotional disabilities