The New Yorker Tests The Limits of Emotional Support Animals in City Establishments

It turns out that in New York City, all you need to legally register a pet as an “emotional support animal” is to fill out a form online and pay a little cash.

Naturally, comedian and writer Marc Philippe Eskenazi of The New Yorker decided to test its limits by bringing an assortment of increasingly bizzarre animals into New York City stores and establishments.

Marc Philippe Eskenazi tests out which New York City establishments with previously strict human-only policies will allow in his menagerie of emotional-support animals.

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Matt enjoys exploring the City's food scene with his Wife and the outdoors with their three dogs. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time working from a treadmill desk at home.

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