After an incident earlier this year in which a woman flying from Newark Liberty Airport to Los Angeles attempted to board a United Airlines flight with her emotional-support peacock (they were denied passage), certain airlines, including United, now also require passengers to provide health and vaccination forms from veterinarians, as well as confirmation that their animals have been trained to behave properly in a public setting, which they do not always do. [The Economist, Sep 2018]
emotional-support animalNew Word Suggestion
an animal which, on the determination of a medical professional, provides benefit for an individual with a psychological disorder
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