Post Profile






More animals on airplanes are good

Don't lump psychiatric service dogs with emotional support animals: Opposing view        
read more

share

Related Posts


Why It is NOT Time to Ban Emotional Support Animals From Airplanes

Travel / Air Travel : The Gate

Salient and cogent reasons are given in the argument of permitting passengers to bring what are referred to as “emotional support animals” aboard an airplane for a commercial flight, according to this article written by Christopher ...

Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals: Are the Rules and Policies Being Abused and Exploited?

Travel / Air Travel : The Gate

Whether it is a white goose, a dog who used the lavatory, or Fluffy the Wonder Cat, FlyerTalk members have long suspected that a growing number of unqualified pets are being passed off as service animals or emotional support animals...

British Airways Being Sued After Denying Boarding To Emotional Support Dogs

Travel / Air Travel : One Mile at a Time

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about how the U.S. Department of Transportation was considering addressing phony emotional support animals. While I don't disagree with the need for certain service animals, I think we can all agree tha...

Service Animals or Emotional Support Animals: A Pig Continues The Debate

Travel / Air Travel : The Gate

There have been countless animals which have been passed off as either service animals or emotional support animals over the years — including a white goose, a dog who used the lavatory and Fluffy the Wonder Cat — and now a pig whic...

Stricter Requirements for Emotional Support Animals and Service Dogs By Delta Air Lines

Travel / Air Travel : The Gate

Delta Air Lines will require all passengers traveling with service dogs, psychiatric service animals or emotional support animals to provide documentation of proof of health or vaccinations 48 hours in advance of the departure of a ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC