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Here's how airlines decide if a pet qualifies as an emotional support animal (DAL, UAL, AAL)

Airlines are worried about passengers bringing fake emotional support animals onto their flights. Delta, American, and United require passengers to provide a signed document from a mental health professional to verify that an emotional support animal is not merely a pet. There are some animals that airlines do not have to accept as emotional support animals, including reptiles, snakes, and spiders.
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