How This Works.
Recent changes to air travel now allow for Psychiatric Service Sogs (PSD), which are canines specifically trained to support individuals diagnosed with a mental illness by easing symptoms caused by mental disability(s).
Psychiatric Service Dogs (PSD) are different from an Emotional Support Animal (ESA) and under new rules, PSDs may also fly on planes free of charge.
A service dog, regardless of breed or type, is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a qualified individual with a disability. Airlines are required to recognize dogs as service animals and accept them for transport on flights to, within and from the United States and Canada.
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