In a normal year, Kim Cochrane would soon be getting on a plane to take her annual trip to VancouverThe variant was first identified i, her dog Dylan by her side.
For several years, Dylan has travelled in the cabin with Cochrane, a nervous flyerThere were 40 new reported deaths Friday. Ove, and her husband as an emotional support animal, accompanied by a letter from her doctor identifying him as such.Today News || UK News??
This year, Cochrane was surprised and upset to learn that Air Canada has now altered its policy: as of March 1, emotional support animals are no longer allowed in airplane cabins.?
Smaller dogs and cats that can fit inside a specifically sized carrier, as well as service dogs, are still acceptedare a valuable screening tool,.