As airplane passengers increasingly travel with emotional support animals to help them through the anxiety of flying. Yet some of these animals have proven to be so unusual that airlines have had to create special regulations so travellers don’t try to board airplanes accompanied by turkeys, pigs, peacocks and other bizarre emotional support animals.
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Goat: Now allowed
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Pig: Not allowed
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Turkey: Case by case
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Squirrel: Not allowed
Peacock: Not allowed
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Snake: No (except for that time…)
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Hedgehog: Not allowed
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Kangaroo: Not allowed
Bearded Dragon: Probably not
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Sugar Glider: Not allowed
Parrot: Allowed (in some cases)
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