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More and more airports are taking their canine customers’ needs into account — whether they’re assistance animals, companion dogs, or jet-setting canines. The latest to provide a convenient pet relief area is the Vancouver International Airport. Located near Gate 76 in the United States Departures area, it’s easily accessible and convenient.
And it has lots of great features, including touchless entry, comfy artificial grass, braille signage, lowered counters for passengers using wheelchairs, and a large interior that makes it easy to move around. If flying through YVR to the U.S. happens to be part of your (and your dog’s) travel plans in the near future, be sure to check it out! Visit yvr.ca for more information.