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Emotional Support Animal

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  • I have an Emotional  Support  Animal traveling with me this summer. I have never flown Southwest, and I’m concerned about one person’s post regarding her experience with her ESA. It is difficult for me to travel with a disability to begin with, and I am usually alone. Any positive experiences anyone could share? Also, is there any specific information that I may not be aware of? Thanks!
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Re: Emotional Support Animal

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While there may be a few bad experiences posted here, I've seen countless animals on flights and believe most experiences go well. You can find more information and requirements for traveling with an ESA at this site:

 

https://www.southwest.com/html/customer-service/unique-travel-needs/customers-with-disabilities-pol....

 

Edit: The link may not go directly to the Emotional Support Animal page, click that link on the left side of the page. 

 

--TheMiddleSeat