Period. Kevin, your 100% correct thats the hard truth. viking worrying doesnt take away your troubles it takes away poster Since nobody has died from a dog allergy the laws will never change until it starts to happen.
viking worrying doesnt take away your troubles it takes away poster
I travel weekly for work, and when my husband died suddenly, and violently in front of me from a reaction to prescription medication, taking a bunch of prescription viking worrying doesnt take away your troubles it takes away poster medication for the PTSD associated with it was not an option for me. While I travel with a dog every week, I still view it as a privlege not a right and I’m sensitive to others that paid good money to be on that flight. I honestly feel that those with allergies should have the right of way when it comes to these situations. I have voluntarily chosen to take another flight because of someone with allergies because it’s my choice to chose an ESA over medication, it’s not their choice to have to deal with it.
And trust me, people who abuse the ESA system are sick and are absolutely despised by those of us who have legitimate issues. I also feel that ESAs should be required to stay under he seat, in a carrier, like any other pet. United has told me on several occasions that since my dog is an ESA she can ride on my lap. Absolutely not. That’s a great way to stir up even more dander and hair, and upset folks with fear or even mild to moderate allergies. It shouldn’t be an option for an ESA, much less encouraged by the airline. Long story short, even as someone who flys with an ESA every week, I feel the system is backwards. I shouldn’t have to beg the airline staff to inform me so I can be reaccomodated before someone with allergies has to change their plans, it should be the rule.
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