Making headlines recently has been the big debate on emotional support animals. Airlines have been cracking down on “real” emotional support animals, as in the past people have used that label to avoid paying a pet fee on flights. One woman recently went as far as trying to pass a peacock off as an ESA. These are the types of people ruining it for others.
I first flew with Wynston on an airplane back in 2015. I remember being really nervous because I didn’t know what to expect. Would it be stressful? How nervous was Wynston going to be? What if he got sick? How much of a hassle was the whole process? These were all questions that I’d soon get the answer to, and it took a couple of airplane trips to really get a flying routine into place. While everyone’s dog and travel experience is different, I now have some super great tips for flying on an airplane with your pup. I’ve managed to make airline travel with a canine companion painless and fun. Here are some tips for traveling on an airplane with a dog.