The Department of Transportation has announced that miniature horses will still be allowed on airplanes as service animals. The agency was reviewing its service animal policies after complaints of passengers abusing guidelines for emotional support animals. But in an update released last week, the DOT made clear that “commonly recognized service animals” will be permitted, which includes dogs, cats, and miniature horses. However, airlines will not be required to transport other animals including “snakes, other reptiles, ferrets, rodents, and spiders.”
🎶I'm gonna take horse with me on the plane🎶
🎶He's gonna riiiiiide, and you can't coplain🎶https://t.co/djdGYIq774
— Star-Spangled Beaver (@ActualBeaver) August 15, 2019
Just remember everyone you can’t bring shampoo on a plane but you can bring a mini horse to your service animal god bless America pic.twitter.com/j3DDdfxuOd
— NYY 81-41 (@Ticotorres35) August 13, 2019
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