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Unusual 'emotional support animals' including turkeys and pigs could be banned by US airlines in a crackdown on fliers sneaking pets on board

An advisory committee has been set up to address the definition of a 'service animal' on US flights. A proposal to limit pets travelling in cabins to just dogs and miniature horses is under debate.
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