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Delta Airlines No Longer Allows Snub-Nosed Breeds Of Cats Or Dogs by Boondawg
Started on: 11-27-2019 07:08 PM
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Pit Bull is snub-nosed?


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Sounds pretty commonsense/reasonable to me?
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Sounds pretty commonsense/reasonable to me?


Me too.
It's some of the breeds they consider "snub-nosed" that puzzles me.
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I see it applies to cargo, not "service" / emotional support animals in the cabin.
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Originally posted by GTGeff:

I see it applies to cargo, not "service" / emotional support animals in the cabin.


Federal law sees no distinction between a pet and a so-called "emotional support animal".

The law does however define service animals under the ADA.

I personally have zero problem with legal, properly registered, service animals in a passenger aircraft cabin however I detest the "emotional support animal" ruse that is used by people to travel with their pets not in cargo.

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Originally posted by randye:


Federal law sees no distinction between a pet and a so-called "emotional support animal".

The law does however define service animals under the ADA.

I personally have zero problem with legal, properly registered, service animals in a passenger aircraft cabin however I detest the "emotional support animal" ruse that is used by people to travel with their pets not in cargo.



Same here Randye. Unfortunately, there are those special people that think laws don't apply to them. Look I purchased this special service cover for my "emotional support" turkey on the internet. We simply must make it to Grandma's house today.

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I chuckle each time I fly at the number of people who board in a wheelchair with an emotional support animal, then when the flight ends they have no issue with walking off.... lol
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Originally posted by randye:
I detest the "emotional support animal" ruse...



That’s my first instinct too, but then I realize who gives a fugg...

 
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Originally posted by GTGeff:

Same here Randye. Unfortunately, there are those special people that think laws don't apply to them.


Like speeding, jaywalking, littering, intoxicated in public, fireworks, etc.

With the exception of school zones & children at play, I’m usually at least 5 or 10 miles over the speed limit.
I also don’t always cross at the light when on foot.
I’ll leave the drunk in pubic to your imagination.

Inappropriate dress in public places is probably far more damaging to our social fabric then someone walking their dog in the store.
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