Service Dog Denied Permission to Board an Airplane? Yeah — When Pigs Fly! Oh, Wait a Minute…

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    “Axel, a heroic service dog that saved the life of one of our nation’s brave warriors and had just been named Service Dog of the Year at the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards® during a star-studded, nationally televised gala at the Beverly Hilton, was denied permission to accompany Captain Jason Haag as they were about to board the airplane for home.” That is the first paragraph from this press release from the American Humane Association, which claims that despite reportedly following the requirements of American Airlines which state that to show that an animal is a service animal and that at least one of the following criteria must be provided... The post Service Dog Denied Permission to Board an Airplane? Yeah — When Pigs Fly! Oh, Wait a Minute… appeared first on The Gate.

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