New Rules For Companion Animals On Some Airlines!

New rules coming to companion animals on American Airlines. Starting July 1, ferrets, goats and hedgehogs can no longer fly American Airlines, even if they’re support animals.

In a statement, American Airlines said: “We support the rights of customers, from veterans to people with disabilities, with legitimate needs for a trained service or support animal. Unfortunately, untrained animals can lead to safety issues for our team, our customers and working dogs onboard our aircraft.”

Animal Restrictions:

Amphibians· 

Ferrets· 

Goats· 

Hedgehogs· 

Insects· 

Reptiles· 

Rodents· 

Snakes· 

Spiders· 

Sugar gliders· 

Non-household birds (farm poultry, waterfowl, game birds, & birds of prey)· 

Animals with tusks, horns or hooves (excluding miniature horses properly trained as service animals)· 

Any animal that is unclean / has an odor.

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