Emotional Support Animals and HOA “No Pet” Policies

It’s common to see a variety of disabled people with service animals to help them. However, more and more people who suffer from emotional conditions are getting emotional support animals. Like service animals, these animals are not subject to the same rules as traditional pets, so even if a neighborhood prohibits pets, these emotional support animals are still commonly allowed by the law.   Read the article……….


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