Terrible fire, a few hours north of here and many of it's residents are in our city now. I can only imagine how many pets died in the house fires (some 2000+ houses burned down), the others that starved to death locked in crates with no food or water? The lucky ones had run of the house and at least had access to water.
What has this got to do with airlines helping animals getting out of a fire 2 years ago?Emotional support dogs are marking a common presence in planes these days. As the demand for carrying emotional support dogs is increasing, the airlines have produced strict guidelines for the same. The reasons are:
-Increased incidents of dog bites on planes.
-Incidents such as pooping and peeing have repeatedly been a source of discomfort for fellow passengers
-There have been reports of dogs that went missing on board.
Most domesticated dogs weighing 20 pounds or less are allowed to travel with their owners in the cabin of the plane. Owners cannot simply bring their pet on board. There are several rules and restrictions that dog owners must follow before they travel to get the okay to bring their small canine on with them