making other travel arrangements where you will not encounter ballet we cant always choose the music life plays for us retro poster other people or their animals. Otherwise carry the medication you need, just as I carry the medication I need
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and such warnings should then appear for subsequent bookings on same flight, eg. “Service animal on this flight.”, or “severe allergies, we cannot accept animals on this flight”, ballet we cant always choose the music life plays for us retro poster on a first-come-first-served basis. Then you can book a different time flight if you need. On another note, screaming children give me severe headaches, so maybe we should ban those from public places as well. While I sympathize with those with allergies , I don’t see how sitting next to someone who owns a dog and has fur/dander on their clothing differs from the dog being present. Service dogs are typically well groomed. Mine is frequently wiped down with bath wipes for this very reason.
I do my best reduce the dander. If we want to get ridiculous pet owners would be kept separate from those with allergies….can we say segregation! I can only be responsible for my own medical condition and having a service dog is part of my treatment. People are very quick to judge that my dog is going to cause them a problem, when most of the time I can eat at a restaurant with my dog under my chair or table and no one even knows she is there. If your allergies are so severe that being on a plane with the animal could cause death, then being on a plane with me and the dog hair on my clothing would be just as dangerous. So which one of us has more of a right to be there or which of us must accommodate the other? I suggest you take care of yourself and if you are that severely allergic consider
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