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Alaska Airlines Clamps Down on Emotional Support Animals on Flights

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Starting January 11, Alaska Airlines will permit service dogs only, following a move by the U.S. Department of Transportation to reclassify the types of service animals allowed on flights. (www.nytimes.com) Más...

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jdriskell
James Driskell 2
About time! True service dogs are OK, but if someone needs their pet in order to fly, then maybe they should consider walking.
watkinssusan
SERVICE DOGS ARE WONDERUL NECESSARY ANIMALS AND VERY WELL BEHAVED ON FLIGHTS..THEY USUALLY SIT AT THEIR OWNERS FEET AND ONLY MOVE WHEN TOLD TO..I DEALT WITH MANY IN MY AIRLINE YEARS..A "SUPPORT ANIMAL" IS DIFFEENT HOWEVER AND OFTEN ABUSED EXCUSE..I HAD A LADY ONCE WITH A "SUPPORT GOOSE"!!
ukusapkm07201942
Paul Miller 2
Yes your so right, goodness me soon these weak people will be taking their animals into the Operating Rooms before they have some sort of procedure done on their persons ????
Bernie20910
Bernie20910 1
I wonder how long it will be until they are sued? By making these regs so restrictive as to deny access to someone with an actual trained service animal as defined by the ADA it would seem they are inviting such a suit. ANY dog that has had valid training to be a service animal, not just the breeds the airline chooses to allow, must be allowed onboard. Additionally, this reg denies that miniature horses can be trained service animals and the ADA specifically says that they can be.

It will be interesting to follow the results of these new regs going forward.
linbb
linbb -1
Every where that should happen as am tired of the damn things everywhere under foot and in someones arms. Things in the last few years must have gone really bad for some people as now every one has PSD it seems because some one stepped on there toe or said something to them that upset every thing in there lives.
WeatherWise
WeatherWise 0
Thanks for that, moron. Nice to know that your mental health is in tip top shape.

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