After struggling for years with mental illness or emotional issues, you probably thought you were destined to live the rest of your life alone and suffering. As difficult as it may be to explain your circumstances, you know that others struggle to understand what you are going through. You may have a psychiatrist or counselor to talk to, but sometimes what you really need is someone to support and comfort you when your condition becomes overwhelming.
This is where your emotional support animal comes in. If you have found a dog to provide that consistent consolation that keeps your depression, anxiety or other emotional issues from making your life unbearable, you certainly want to have that support with you as much as possible. However, if your New York apartment or condo has a no-pet policy, you may wonder if there is a way around it.