- Feb 21, 2008
http://money.cnn.com/2018/01/19/news/companies/delta-service-animals/index.htmlBoarding a Delta flight with your service pooch is about to get tougher.
The airline on Friday said it was implementing new regulations on March 1 for people bringing service or emotional support animals on its planes.
All passengers attempting to board with a service animal will have to show "proof," 48 hours before flying, that the animal is in good health and has been vaccinated. Passengers with emotional support animals must sign a form that the animal is well behaved and won't act aggressively. In addition they have to present a letter prepared and signed "by a doctor or licensed mental health professional that certifies they need a comfort pet."
More and more I see chihuahuas and other small dogs in grocerty stores, government bldgs, etc. Is everyone w/ a small pooch disabled?
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