In the past, farm animals like pigs and even turkeys have eased their nervous owners by accompanying them on airplanes. Now it's one duck's turn to sit in coach.
On Sunday, Twitter user Mark Essig was delighted when he discovered a duck on his flight from Charlotte to Asheville. Daniel, a sweet emotional support duck accompanied his owner and hung out in the isle near Essig's seat.
US researchers have discovered a novel virus in the central nervous tissues of young pigs with polio-like weakness in their hind legs.
Most people are familiar with therapy dogs, which provide emotional assistance to their owners. Dogs are only one form of therapy pet, however. Reddit user biggestlittlepickle shared a photo snapped by her neighbor, who is a flight ...
New regulations for on-board animals mean you're much more likely to sit next to a dog. Or a turkey.
This emotional support animal on board an international Delta flight is ruffling a lot of feathers.