|Barked: Thu May 29, '08 12:41pm PST |
|Personally I'm not to crazy about flying southwest. although they tend to be cheaper, they also require proof that the dog is a service dog. They'll accept any form on ID. They do not accept a vest as proof. They require some sort of ID or paperwork stating that dog is a service dog which they are not supposed to require. I talked to jet blue and even though they are slightly more expensive ($20), they just require the dog be wearing a vest or service dog harness identifying them as such.
Question, if your dog is already public access trained, why do you still have him as "in training" status? If he is for yourself he should be ready to drop the in training patches and travel as a regular service dog. If I decide to fly in Oct I'll probably remove Sophie's training patches before we fly to avoid any problems.
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