This week, I flew to Las Vegas to attend the huge ASD wholesaling/manufacturing event.
I flew four “legs” on the flights to and from Vegas. In those four flights, I counted six fraudulent dog owners who carried their little mutts onto my planes.
There’re Allergies and There’re Politically Correct Allergies
Airlines no longer serve delicious peanuts because one out of a thousand people might be allergic.
But any allergies to dog and cats?
Nobody cares about them. The airlines just don’t care.
Jayne and I treat our pups like kids, better actually, but I despise this trend of doctor-shopping until you locate a “doctor” who signs a form that says you need an anxiety service animal.
Hey, liar, if flying gives you that much anxiety then don’t fly.
Nobody will miss you.
Greg’s #1 Rule for a Service Animal
It’s just Good Science: If you must carry your service animal onto a plane, he is not a service animal!