U.S. Narrows Scope Of Service Animals Allowed On Planes

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Emotional-support animals will soon be banned on airplanes in the U.S. after the Transportation Department ruled that only dogs that are trained to help a person with a physical or psychiatric disability will be allowed on flights. What do you think?

So what happens to my cat’s unused miles?

Ryan Bonwell • Volunteer Cashier

“Crap like this is exactly why I bit the bullet and bought a private jet.”

Dane Grady • Deer Skinner


“But my trip will take four days if my raccoon has to drive us.”

Janell Hogan • Collection Curator