US Department of Transportation revises rule on emotional support animals on flights

Airlines are no longer required to treat emotional support pets as service animals, which are now defined as dogs “individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a person with a d
0:14 | 12/03/20

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Major changes tonight for passengers flying with pets the Transportation Department now allowing airlines to ban emotional support animals. Including cat's pet rabbits and others service animals will now be specifically to find his dogs trained to help a person. With a disability.

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