Airlines Are Cracking Down On Support Animals
Due to an increasing number of complaints, airlines are taking steps to ensure that only trained, properly-behaved service and therapy dogs are allowed on flights. According to Mother Nature Network, Delta Airlines announced in December that it would no longer allow service or emotional support animals under 4 months old. Delta is also restricting emotional support animals on long-haul flights. United Airlines has followed suit since Delta's announcement, with similar rules.
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