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United Airlines announced Thursday that it will tighten rules on passengers flying with emotional support animals starting March 1.
United says owners will have to confirm that their animal is trained to behave in public, and they'll need a vaccination form signed by a veterinarian.
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The airline recently made headlines after denying a woman's effort to bring her peacock, an emotional support bird, on a flight from Newark Liberty International Airport.
DALLAS (AP) — United Airlines wants to see more paperwork before passengers fly with an emotional-support animal — and don't even try to bring a peacock on board.
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The airline announced Thursday that it will...
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